12 people died when a chairlift cable broke down, three days ago in Murree. The people who came for enjoyment and fun met with their death due to inefficiency of our government and their projects.
Isn’t it sad that we are spending millions and billions on development projects in the country while such small projects, like chairlift cable aren’t safe and secure? We don’t have strong maintained chairlifts in our country and all we can think about at the moment is CPEC and how it would change the country.
Interesting: CPEC a good deal or a bad deal for the nation?
In the name of progress we want to skip steps one to nine and directly jump to ten. We don’t care about first improving the already declining system of our country; instead our attention is on creating new projects that will come with new complications.
Would arresting owners and operators of chairlift and announcing compensation to the victims bring them back? Is this the solution or using capital at the right place and making safety of people our priority the solution? A thought to ponder.