New York Times Article on Poverty in Pakistan and Death of a Child Domestic Worker

Story here: Sabrina Tavernise, “Bruised Maid Dies at 12, and Pakistan Seethes,” New York Times, Feb. 5, 2010

One response to “New York Times Article on Poverty in Pakistan and Death of a Child Domestic Worker

  1. Bilal Saeed Khan

    Poverty is the cause that leads the people to social indesirable behaviours. A person striving for food can do anything if asked for. In the past there were rich people who were kind hearted. They use to keep servants and respect them. Even the servents whi grew old working in their homes were made of part of all the decisions of the family too and were given due regards for their valuable contributions. The basic problem we are facing in this case now is that illeterate, illmannered and mentally sick people have become rich over the times. When a saddist will have money he will make someone sad and be happy himself. Pitty on those who have the money, time and above all designations for finishing these barriers to growth, but they dont.

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