S.O.S call: "Help internally displaced Baloch refugees in Pakistan"
situation of internally displaced Baloch
refugees - numbering more than 240,000 - scattered
in Sindh and Balochistan is going from bad to worse.
According to reports to "Radio
Gwank Balochistan", there are 8,000 Baloch refugees
in Karachi, living in the locations of Jumma Goth,
Akber Khan Bugti Goth and other places.
refugee, requesting anonymity due to the fears
for his security, told Radio Gwank in an interview
that "We are forced to
live under sky or the whole family in one room without
any facility. We have no jobs, no income and can't
pay the high bills to pay to the doctors for the treatment
of different diseases which are spreading." He
added that, "almost all of us are suffering from
intense infection in throats and the doctors have diagonised
this disease due to the infection of Chemical
Pakistani Jet-fighters and gun-ship helicopters."
his interview, he shed light on the
miserable conditions and added that, " We are losing
our family members, children, old people and women
in the diseases of Maleria, hepatis B, hepatatis
C, Gastric - diagonised by doctors. We have lost
our homes, property and all our belongings. As we are
broken, it is urgently needed free medical camps and
free medicine. Being without job, we need money to
buy food because the malnutration is the other cause
to the fatal diseases."
Requesting that his location not be disclosed
in another refugee camp from the interior of Sindh,
a Baloch refugee explained that most of the diseases
were spreading due to the unavailibility of fresh clean
are obliged to drink the water which the animals use
to drink." He
appealed to the different humanitarian organisations,
all over the world, to urgently give a hand to help
these refugee. Some
children under treatment appealed for financial help
and their parents expressed worries about their
education. "These displaced internal Baloch refugees
need an urgent action to rescue their lives and a substantial
programme to re-settle them in their own homes in Balochistan" said
the commenter of "Radio Gwank Balochistan." ( Radio
Gwank Balochistan )
Samander, Mr. Reza
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