By Aiman Ali
Ramadan, the ultimate blessing for Muslim Ummah, is on its arrival in July, bringing scorching and sweltering summers along with it. Ramadan is the Holy month of tolerance and harmony.
It moralizes the message of peace and endurance but its manifestation becomes arduous in this burning heat and electricity crises raging people’s anger.
Proper supply of electricity is mandatory during Ramadan so that it may enable people to cope up with the summers and fast with ease. But this threatening weather seems to be a cautionary call for all the Pakistanis under rising energy crisis.
Under this turmoil, the lives of people have turned into a nightmare, they have become frustrated freaks and are unable to work or run their routine lives. At least now in the honor of Ramadan, Government should feel mercy on stricken people and should initiate effective steps in order to cope up with this menace from now as Ramadan is on its way to come.
The authorities should come up with appropriate remedies to end this crisis and provide the necessary relief to the people in the Holy month of Ramadan so that people could spend this prestigious month with peace, comfort and serenity.