Posted on January 23, 2008
Filed Under >Agha Waseem Ahmed, >Owais Mughal, Disasters, Economy & Development, Politics, Society
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14 responses to “A Phoenix Rises From the Ashes of Bakhshapur”

  1. Jawaid Islam says:

    So much happened that day, so much loss to the country of life and property and economy, the culprits have they been taken to task? No, but its heartening to know something positive about Zardaris while its just so fashionable nowadays to malign a man from that tribe.

  2. These are actually pethatic people including poilitical personal.

  3. syed sajjad says:

    Hats off to the people of silhari, Pakistan. It just elates our spirits to know that the people across Pakistan share the same spirit of brotherhood and fraternity beyond the divide and prejudice created by our leaders.

    A great cheers for our brothers at the metal shop, Quetta division. We salute their spirit and efforts. Those of us, who are abroad, in whatever position, have a responsibility to improve the image of Pakistan and dispel any negative propaganda. Jeeway Jeeway Pakistan Inshaallah!

  4. Viqar Minai says:

    It isn’t just cruelty, often the kindness of people can bring one to tears and restore his/her faith in humanity. Thanks to the people of Sarhari it is, for me, one of those time. May Allah(SWT) Bless them and spare our nation further torment and agony, if only for their sake.

    The accomplishment of the workers of the Quetta Diesel shop is no less amazing. There is so much creativity and spirit in the ordinary people of Pakistan.

    Many thanks Owais and Agha Sahib, for a wonderful article.