Floods in Pakistan seems compelling to request for Modi’s help

FILE - Families sit near their belongings surrounded by floodwaters, in Sohbat Pur city of Jaffarabad, a district of Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province, Aug. 28, 2022. The flooding has all the hallmarks of a catastrophe juiced by climate change, but it is too early to formally assign blame to global warming, several scientists tell The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Zahid Hussain, File)

Islamabad. Nature also seems reluctant to be happy with Pakistan. The floods in the poor country is taking huge tolls now. Situation appears to be so grim now that : A entire  portion of Balochistan has been cut off from Pakistan.

As per the estimation around  3 Crore people have been affected by the floods. The natural disaster compelled the UN to give a flash appeal to the rest of word to donate at least 35 billion US dollars for the flood victims.

Along the flood situation, the speculations are rife that Pakistan may request PM Modi for help. If it does, Modi surely will help the neighbor which was ones the most favored nation of India.

The natural disaster is lashing the south Asian country with cloudbursts, landslides and floods all together causing widespread havoc in around thirty five per cent of Pakistani land. The death toll has crossed more than a thousand whereas around 1500 people have been left helpless with injuries.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has always been helping neighbors and he will also provide assistance to Pakistan. Unfortunately,  Pakistan has not sent any formal request to India. On the other hand Pakistani army, civil administration and NGOs now have almost given up being unable to provide relief to the flood-hit people of the country