Pakistan Independence Day Wallpapers for Flood-Victims


Pakistan is facing terrible floods of its history. UN reports said this natural disaster is even bigger than Tusnami and Haiti earthquack. While International community is not taking this issue seriously in the form of Donations. I request everybody from Pakistan or out of Pakistan, please help these Pakistani brothers and sisters at the time of their trouble by donating Money, Medical aid and manpower. I have designed these 2 wallpapers for showing my support to Pakistani flood victims.

We are with you at your trouble Time

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They need your help at this Independence Day – 14 August 2010

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13 Responses to Pakistan Independence Day Wallpapers for Flood-Victims

  1. Nice effort Yasir bhai..
    Happy Independence day to you too…

  2. neel123 says:

    More than 300 million British pounds of aid for victims of the 2005 Pakistan earthquake has been diverted by President Asif Ali Zardari’s [ Images ] government, raising fears that this will deter donors coming to the aid of flood devastated people in the country., a report stated.

    “As the money was not forthcoming, schools, hospitals, buses and roads planned to come up with money given by foreign governments and international aid groups remain unbuilt almost five years after the earthquake which killed 80,000 and left four million people homeless,” The Daily Telegraph reported on Saturday quoting senior Pakistani officials.

    The damning report comes as Pakistani leadership is clamouring for millions of dollars in international aid to cope with the country’s worst ever calamity in which 20 million people are affected by floods.

    The paper said international donors gave 3.5 billion pounds to rebuild vast swaths of Pakistan occupied Kashmir [ Images ] and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa provinces after the earthquake destroyed the region’s infrastructure.

    However, senior Pakistani officials said more than 300 million pounds given in aid has yet to be handed over to the country’s Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority.

    Telegraph cited a senior ERRA official as saying that they were told in March 2009 that 90 million pounds was being diverted from their budget to other government projects.

    “When we have the money we will pay you,” officials told ERRA directors. In June again their budget was cut from 43 billion rupees to just 10 billion.

    The diversion of money has come in for strong condemnation by the Opposition leader Nawaz Sharif [ Images ], who said, “There’s reluctance, even people in this country even people in this country are not giving generously into this flood fund because they’re not too sure the money will be spent honestly.”

    The paper said it had surveyed Balakot town, one of the worst affected in 2005 earthquake where 25,000 people died and the people were told that their township would be rebuilt.

    “But despite promises that the new town would be completed by last month, not a single road has been completed nor building construction began on the site of new Balakot,” The Telegraph said.

    • Yasir Imran says:

      @neel123

      That is true, I have heard that too from local Pakistani newspaper. Other countries are avoiding to donate because Govt is corrupt, However there are private NGOs who are doing good in helping flood victims. Like Eidhi foundation, Al-Khidmat foundation and few others. If other countries are not satisfied with Govt, they might start something from their own, like sending man-power who can start working in infected areas, they can easily do this with the help of their Consulates in Pakistan.

      Corruption exist everywhere in the world, it can’t be denied.

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  5. سمیر says:

    اللہ ہمارے ملک کو اس عذاب سے بچائے آمین

  6. Nisar Ahmed says:

    Dear
    Aslam alaikum
    Me thatta dist ke taluka jati ke costle aira me socil wrkr ho yha pe koai relif nhi mela he sir plz help me my org ki 
Yaha sirf fishrman rahty
    Reagard

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