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The land of corpses and misfortunes has lately faced another adversity and affliction on December 7th near Havelian, Pakistan. The disaster was shaped in the form of flight PK-661 of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). Here all efforts to prosper and nourish the land of Pakistan are lost in smoke when declination and negligence to human lives are being encompassed.
As far as I have observed, it is a human who threatens the lives of others, but in Pakistan, machines are being served as one of the sources of threatening and endangering human lives. Do we lack toys to play with that lives of human beings are being played such virulently? Pakistan has been in cultivation and establishment for the last 69 years which is such a tremendous period to advance and prosper the particular land.
Had there been the abridgment of understanding, we would have been in such a chaos and turmoil. Before it was a tussle between communism and capitalism and inevitably the abusing of power done by Super Powers and now it’s only the lethargic behavior and besotted administration.
The shedding of blood and snatching of breaths have literally drowned this land and no aspire is found even if we try to watch through rose tinted glasses. The flight was boarded to land in Islamabad from Chitral but fate decided something else and due to the failure of one engine, a plane crashed and smashed near the mountains of Abbottabad. All 42 passengers lost their lives and 6 crew members were also killed.
Junaid Jamshed, a legendary figure in Pakistani pop music, was among the 48 people killed when a plane crashed into a hillside north of Islamabad, the latest episode in the country’s long history of aviation disasters. The small turboprop ATR 42 operated by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) was traveling from the mountainous region of Chitral on Wednesday when it crashed near the town of Havelian.
It was not clear what caused the crash, which happened on a fine day far from the high peaks of the Hindu Kush mountain range where Chitral is located. However, one civil aviation official said the pilot made a distress call and reported engine failure, and witnesses said the plane plummeted out of the sky.
Passengers were probably frightened and chilled to the bones as death was hovering with its cruel jaws. If we scrounge around the only calamity, mishap and catastrophe are perceived which seem irremovable and hard to wipe out. Being a citizen, I fail to figure out what our leaders and governors really aim for? And how many more lives need to be lost to have peace and discipline in Pakistan?