جانے کس جرم کی پائی ہے سزا یاد نہیں

Posted on 14/10/2005. Filed under: پاکستان |

 

 

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Quake survivors fight for relief goods they recieved Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005 at a sports stadium in Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistani Kashmir, as aircrafts rushed in supplies from abroad and Washington pledged US$50 million (euro41 million) in aid. Hungry families displaced in Pakistan’s worst earthquake huddled against the cold in tents while shopkeepers clashed with looters. Officials predict the death toll, now estimated at between 20,000 and 30,000, will climb because of exposure and disease.

 

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An injured boy grimaces in pain as a Pakistan army soldier helps him to get on board to a U.S. Forces helicopter, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005 from a shelter at a sports stadium in Muzaffarabad
 

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Pakistani officials rush quake injureds to U,S, forces helicopter, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005 from shelter at sports stadium in Muzaffarabad
 

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Volunteers bury bodies of Pakistani earthquake victims in a mass grave in Balakot
 

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An injured Kashmiri woman with tears in her eyes sits in shock waiting to be evacated from the earth-quake hit town of Balakot
 

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Kashmiri women reached out for relief help arrives after three days following Saturday’s deadly earthquake,

 

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Kashmiri family who spent a third night in rain and cold sheltering in sports stadium
 

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Nazdeen Muhammed from the northern Pakistani town of Balakot waits to be treated at the AYUB medical complex in the Pakistani town of Abbottabad
 

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Noor Bagum Madoor, left, who lost three sons aged between two and eight to the deadly earthquake, narrates her ordeal with a family member in Muzaffarabad
 

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Injured Kashmiri family arrive at military-base in Rawalpindi after they were transferred from the Pakistani earthquake-affected areas
 

 

The quake toll stands at about 20,000 but is expected to rise, with some reports suggesting it could double. The earthquake, which has left behind such apocalyptic scenes as this, of Muzaffarabad, is the worst in the region’s history.
 

In small villages, mud-brick houses collapsed on top of their owners. In the capital, Islamabad, part of an apartment    complex collapsed, trapping an unknown number of residents .

 

 

 

Help for Today

Hope for Tomorrow

 

 

 

Volunteers attended to an injured man at a hospital in Pakistan.

 

 

The quake flattened an Army building in Uri, an area in Indian-held Kashmir

Assalma-0-alaikum

There are people whose familes have died…people who have lost their little children..their parents their loved ones. It could have been me, it could have been you. It could have been our loved ones…..No one knows, when we have to call it a day..but still we plan for years ahead of us. Its time we should all, atleast pray for the victims of earthquake. Pray that Allah guide us all towards Siraat-e-Mustaqeem.

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