Quetta’s prob­lems

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - SANA SA­MAD

It is dis­heart­en­ing to know that Quetta, the cap­i­tal of Balochis­tan is fac­ing nu­mer­ous prob­lems. Its pop­u­la­tion is 3 mil­lion but peo­ple are suf­fer­ing from wa­ter short­age, heaps of garbage, pol­lu­tion, traf­fic prob­lems and tar­get killing. Once Quetta was called “Lit­tle Paris” and was well known for its clean­li­ness, pleas­ant weather and scenic beauty.

Un­for­tu­nately now Quetta is con­sid­ered the most pol­luted city and heaps of garbage can be seen at ev­ery nook of the city. When it comes to solve the prob­lems of Quetta, no one is ready to tackle with th­ese prob­lems. The prob­lems are in­creas­ing ev­ery day and the peo­ple need to get rid of them, as soon as pos­si­ble. I re­quest the gov­ern­ment to solve is­sues of Quetta and re­store its past beauty and clean­li­ness pos­ture to call it again, the Lit­tle Paris. —Tur­bat, Balochis­tan

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