Talal Khan Qaimkhani

Talal Khan Qaimkhani

The author belongs to a small village city in Mirpurkhas called Digri. He is a student of Management and International Business and studied at Webster University for 2 years and is now heading to the University of Sunderland. He is interested in writing about atrocities of war, culture of Pakistan, different political issues and problems which the country is facing, drones, killings in Karachi, abduction in Balochistan.

Stop the war

I dreamt of a destructed land last night, Walked around and met a wounded child, She was lying in between dead people, It was the oasis last night, she said in a pained voice, I was playing with my brother before he died, My father and mother kissed me before they were murdered beside me, I had a brother like you, but he was killed last night, Such is the case with all the girls after the oasis converted into a graveyard, I walked ahead and met a crying mother, We were sleeping last night, she said frantically, I had a son like you; he was killed by people ...

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