Posted on July 19, 2009
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21 responses to “The Morning After Storm: Killer Rains Hit Pakistan”

  1. Akif Nizam says:

    It is silly to blame the outcome of a natural catastrophe such as this on present administration. The sort of fixes that are required for infrastructure in Karachi will take a generation, that’s if they have the resources and the will. Everyone is Karachi knows that the present Mayor improved the drainage system a million percent than before which has withstood the “normal” test of rains over the last two years.

    When one gets seven inches of rain over four hours, even the most sophisticated of systems are bound to fail. I remember a few years ago, the town of Bound Brook, NJ, which is right by where I used to work, got submerged due to heavy downpours and remained so for about a week. It happens. Unfortunately, it happened to Karachi.

    Everyone in Karachi has a story to tell.