How conflict effects social life?
Globally 1.5 million people are suffering from violence, hostilities and conflict. Among them half are women and children which are most vulnerable segment of the society. In south Asia Pakistan and Afghanistan are more volatile countries. Both countries are suffering from kind of group having doctrine which is very sentimental and easy to get attractions of laymen. Whatever the reasons but aftermaths are very destructive. An intellectual says conflict zone population is more prone to extreme poverty illiteracy and poor health conditions. When practically one analyze situation in Pakistan, the above hypothesis very much proved. If we critically examine situation in the FATA and neighboring districts. Poor health resources, no educational activities and extreme level of poverty would be witnessed. In south KP Dera Ismail Khan was considered to be the hub of activities and it was a junction to Punjab and Fata areas. It was full of life and having bank of the river Sindh had special edge and was extremely busy picnic point of the area. People from Banu, Lakimarwat , Bakkhar (Punjab) and WANA from SWA are used to of coming and enjoying. But in 80ties situation got disrupt and sectarian violence erupted in the region. But despite of disturbance people were brave enough to continue their routine lives. But insurgency in SWA had limited their lives and then suicide attacks on different occasions wrap up the life the region. To counter with ongoing militancy in the region, army launched an operation in SWA which displaced hundreds of thousands families to mainly Dera Ismail Khan. This influx has aggravated the security problems in the region. Now, I guess this is the only city of Pakistan where mobile phones are jammed from a year or more, double seating on motorbikes is banned. Within the jurisdiction of city, river bank is almost no go zone for locals. Recently, government has partially opens up it to locals, but still people have a fear to visit it along with their families. The old historical city been ruined by the unending sectarian violence and militancy. Mostly people are migrating to other cities of province and those who cannot afford this migration are counting their days on the land of river Sindh.