By: Shahjan Shahdad
Ginnah, a well-known village in the district Kech lacks access to even the most basic necessities. Broken roads are at the top of the list. Nearly all of Ginnah’s roads are in poor condition, which leads to a number of accidents each month. Numerous youngsters are losing their valuable lives as a result of these accidents. The bridges across the Zubeda Jalal Mand road are completely ruined, and accidents and serious injuries are occurring there more frequently every day. A twenty-year-old boy named Noor Khan S/O Mohammad Ibrahim is among the recent victims. Noor Khan excelled in both football and a student of year 10. Many people with such talents lose their lives in such traffic accidents.
The roads have many unarranged speedbreakers, and they are too narrow for automobiles and motor cyclists to pass from the opposite directions. This road, which begins in Jusak and finishes in Mand, is also very important but is in ruins. The road is also incredibly congested because so many automobiles from various towns and cities pass through here. Additionally, this route is used by the vehicles used by Zamyad and other border workers. Therefore, it is strongly advised that the responsible authorities take immediate and urgent measures to fix the damaged roadways. Once the roads have been repaved, the number of accidents will decrease significantly, making everyone’s life safer.
The writer is Govt Employer and he is from Ginnah, Turbat