Our children

November 15, 2019

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WITHOUT a shadow of doubt, human beings dwell in every corner of the world, but humanity hardly exists. It is sad to see many children like flowers left desperately under the sky. These children, whose ages require comfortable, happy and ease-loving life and schooling, are thrown away like a worthless and unnecessary stuff upon the stocks of dirt.

Their life has become hollow, dark and gloomy, yet the authorities concerned are indifferent to their sufferings, and have left them in a lurch.

In Sindh especially there are thousands of children who are deprived of education. He who doesn’t sympathise with the others has no right to feel like a human being rather be called cattle and dead stock.

It is the responsibility of the government to provide comfortable life to these homeless and starving children.

Abdul Razzaque Chachar
Sukkur

Published in Dawn, November 15th, 2019