Flood victims in Pakistan face discrimination

People in Pakistan are experiencing the worst natural calamity in their history. Islamabad claims that floods have affected over 20 million people, washed away standing crops and livestock worth billions of dollars, damaged schools, hospitals and infrastructure. Waterborne diseases like cholera, diaorrhea and dysentery are already spreading among millions staying in relief camps or under the open sky.

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