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High Risk Alarm For Under-Ground Water Toxification In ASIA & AFRICA Regions On The UN's World Water Day Observance


A high level alert apprehension report reveals severe vulnerabilities of underground hydro-toxification pandemic out-break of the sewage system, that can pose serious threats of multiple disabilities


Published on 24 March 2014



by Dr. F.M. Bhatti

(WireNews)

Lahore, Pakistan

An alarming research assessment has been made on the UN Observance Day of World Water. The assessment report plentifully accentuates and terrifyingly highlights the subsoil water toxicity hazards due to ecologically non-compatible sewage and drainage practices.

The high level alert apprehension report has been issued & conceded in compliance with The United Nations World Water Observance Day 2014 Mandates. The assessmental apprehension reveals severe vulnerabilities of underground hydro-toxication pandemic out-break of the prevailing sewage system and its off-shoot sprout explosiveness, that can pose serious threats of multiple disabilities in newly-born as well as unborn babies, due to the severe embryonic tissues toxifications.

The ‘sewage water indicator’ has already been verified and scientifically evidenced enough to be at top of the potentially core factors in the worst case scenario of ‘Peshawar Polio-virus Endemics’.

"The environment of the Asia & Africa regions, in its totality, is on stake due to lethal vulnerabilities of under-ground water reserves and its repercussion for living organisms would be disastrous” asserts the principal theme researcher, Prof Qadhi Aurangzeb Al Hafi, who, for the first time identified the subsoil water toxication as a 'potential teratogen', that can cause multiple disabilities in newly born as well as in unborn babies due to severe embryonic toxification. Prof A Z Al Hafi is sturdily on an academic demonstrations continuum of ‘Inter-referential Theory of Embryonic Toxicity’ and ‘Trans-positional Model of Teratogenesis. He is the principal investigator of the sub-soil hydro-toxification assessment & management projects in the SAARC region.

The multiple toxicities research assessment report also brings into the academia’s as well as public attention, the critical issue of different types of teratogens and the complex phenomenon of teratogenicity that is responsible for various types of multiple disabilities at pre-birth stages as well as in newly born babies.

Unveiling the conspiracies regarding the wild Polio-virus spread in the Peshawar city of Pakistan, and the out-breaks of WPV, the report assertively affirms the underground hydro-toxication to be a the lethal teratogenic factor in scenarios of the developing countries like Pakistan, where these ecologically incompatible sewerage-drainage practices are deemed as legal developments, and there exist no measures and regulatory policy frameworking to restrict the public vulnerability to the same.

The report stresses the need to tackle the growing impact of inner and outer environmental toxicity, in a broader perspectives in compliance with UN conventions on the subject-matters under discussion.

At the first stage the said assessment’s indicators and work plans alongwith the policy frame working recommendations have been primed for UN, WHO, UNESCO, UNICEF and other sectors of relevance.


Prof Qadhi A Z Al Hafi’s research’s main focus-area is the prevention of multiple toxicities & pre-birth disabilities during pregnancy or in lactation periods at the pre-natal and post-natal stages. The research is launched by the joint academic platform of UNESCO, Dow University of Health Sciences, SAIRI Research Group and MAVSO Intl. Expected course of action of the said project is as:

      1. Global Launch  of the Research Study in compliance with the UN Conventions & Mandate on the subject matter.

      2. Global Initiatives for Legislation in International  Judiciaries & Policy Making Hierarchies.

      3. Public Awareness Campaigns at Regional and International Levels.

      4. Cautionary Measures Watch Systems in Poor Countries coming under UN’s Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Category.

Necessary details are aimed to be made available shortly, as well as provisions of ,leaflets pamphlets and other guiding tools for the layman in near future.


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Posted 2014-03-24 12:48:00