The call of nature ==
is common in both countries to see men standing or squatting against a wall or a tree. The amount of ammonia absorbed by the soil must make it some of the most fertile in the world. But women have a harder time. Many girls in Pakistan don`t go to school because there are no separate toilets for them. ( Do they have girl schools)So why can`t our governments address this issue after over six decades of independent rule? After all, this is not rocket science we are talking about. Most countries, many poorer than India and Pakistan, have provided their citizens with piped water and waste disposal systems.The answer, I suspect, is that our ruling classes
A nishaan-e-hyder to the guy who pointed out that Indians think Pakistan is a separate country, but Pakistanis think they are as separate vote bank in India. Note the refs to "our" and "our governments" from this shitistani.
But folks - it is the Pakistaniyat in us that makes us Indians refer to our politicians and government as "ruling casses". There is no separate ruling class in India. There definitely is, in Pakistan. But yet we act like shitistanis when we refer to our elected folks as "ruling class".