Posted on August 18, 2009
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30 responses to “100 Pakistanis”

  1. Watan Aziz says:

    90 would have access to safe drinking water; 10 would not
    58 people would have proper sanitation; 42 would not

    Need I say more?

    Only Khalid Abbass Dar can reason with this fella. Listen to his performance in:

    //pakistaniat dot com /2010/07/17/khalid-abbas-dar/

    I, remain speechless.

  2. Watan Aziz says:

    75 would have access to electricity;25 would be living in darkness

    90 would have access to safe drinking water; 10 would not
    58 people would have proper sanitation; 42 would not

    I like to extend you invitation on behalf of Mai Jori Jamali to live in her village for one week.

    How about 24 hours?

    Hmmmmm, do not think you will take it up on the offer even to “travel” there.

    You have an opportunity to revise and amend your misstatements.

    Otherwise, I hear that some international bodies are looking for some folks to work for them. Better join them and save the good, decent hard working people from having to deal with the lies you and your brethren spawn.

    A lot of people discredit online activism and ask for ‘action’. This is a step towards action. These discussions need to be kept alive; they contribute towards building a critical mass of ‘resistance. This is not about ‘publicity’, it’s about demanding accountability, it’s about asking questions, it’s about saying NO, we will not sit back and allow to walk all over us. (Sabeen Mahmud)

    Sabeen Mahmud, thank you again because it it worth repeating again and again.

  3. Watan Aziz says:

    A lot of people discredit online activism and ask for ‘action’. This is a step towards action. These discussions need to be kept alive; they contribute towards building a critical mass of ‘resistance. This is not about ‘publicity’, it’s about demanding accountability, it’s about asking questions, it’s about saying NO, we will not sit back and allow to walk all over us. (Sabeen Mahmud, thank you!)

  4. Pervaiz Amer says:

    Interesting experiment. Of course this is not a statistical compendium but a means of giving a snapshot of the country. And a good way to do that.

    Very good effort guys.

  5. Watan Aziz says:

    Access to safe water is measured by the number of people who have a reasonable means of getting an adequate amount of water that is safe for drinking, washing, and essential household activities, expressed as a percentage of the total population. It reflects the health of a country