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Contaminated water causing diseases in Badin

 

BADIN: The inundated dozens of houses of rain and poisonous water has suffered the residents of Unar mohalla of Pir Aali Shah Kote Badin city. The contaminated water around the houses of residents has created heap, garbage, debris and waste material seen from far.
The filthy water has spread viral diseases including vomiting, diarrhoea, malaria, itching and others common in residents while innocent children were suffered lot.
On the other hand, the inhabitants of the mohalla also held protest demonstration in front of their inundated houses against negligence of concerned authorities. The protest led by Ghulam Hussain Unar, Manzoor Ali, Iqbal Ahmed, Shafi Muhammad, Manthar, Muhammad Ramzan and others.
While talking with media, residents said they were sustaining very painful situation due to poisonous water around their dozens of houses. They said the women, children and feeble persons were tolerating huge hurdles to move while some children were also admitted in hospital for such unhealthy environment. The residents said household women were compelled to cook amid such bad environment. The inhabitants said the contaminated water has spread mosquitoes and poisonous insects and children were asleep for filthy water around them. They said the streets leading towards their houses were full with garbage and rain water adding that they have complaints to high ups but they were being paid no heed to resolve the matter. They demanded early disposal of filthy water and cleanliness.

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