Karampur village in Vihari district of Punjab province is almost submerged in rain and flood water and the water level in the village is continuously rising instead of falling.
Clarissa Ward, the chief international correspondent of the American broadcaster CNN, says that there are no aid workers in the flood, nor are these people receiving aid, people do not even have a single piece of bread.
He says that the government of Pakistan and the Pakistan Army are working day and night to help the victims, but one-third of the country is under water, besides 30 million people are affected. There is anger.
According to Correspondent Clarissa Ward, Pakistan is responsible for less than 1% of the world’s pollution but is paying the heaviest price for pollution produced by others.
It should be remembered that the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, also admitted during his visit to Pakistan that Pakistan is paying the price of the pollution produced by the G20 countries.