Posted on April 10, 2009
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Disasters, History
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57 responses to “Remembering the Ojhri Camp Blast”

  1. Munir Ahmad Kakar says:

    Five thousands dead and not a single question asked. There must be some people out there who are above the law.

  2. Kashif says:

    In 1988, Gen. Javed Nasir was in charge to clean up the Ojhri Camp disaster. Against the estimated period of six months given by United States and French experts, he led his team to clean up the entire dump containing millions of blinds by setting a personal example of handling the highly sensitive blinds with his own hands, in a record period of just 15 days
    without suffering a single casualty.
    Courtesy: WIKIPEDIA

    Note: Pakistan did not have the capability of cleaning up the entire highly sensitive explosives back to dumped area. How it was done… Make a Research and if not found then I will tell in a few days…..