The ill-fated 150 people were burnt alive in the Bahawalpur oil tanker incident. My heart bleeds for the victims. Many people, however, are blaming the victims for this tragedy.
Pointing fingers is easy, but frankly, is it fair to blame the victims? These were the people who lived in impoverished areas. They were collecting the fuel not for enormous profits, but, probably, to meet their daily needs. Their only fault: arrival at the wrong place and at the wrong time.
Engr Tariq Malik