KARACHI - In view of expected disasters, the government has to consider the suggestions and recommendations given by the civil society to avoid maximum loss of lives in the country. Addressing a joint press conference held here at Karachi Press Club on Saturday, the representatives of the civil society and NGOs, working for the rehabilitations of the IDPs who were affected in recent floods, criticised the government as well as the civil society for their failure to chalk out a proper strategy sheltering the masses from natural disaster. Some NGOs claimed working on agenda of Pro-Democracy People including, labourer, farmers, fishermen and human rights organizations, have showed their serious concerns saying that the country may face another tragedy if the governments authority fail to adopt any better policy save the people from the natural tragedy. They called upon the government to adopt a framework of (2005-2015) to save people from natural disasters and demanded to stop cutting forests, control the increasing of population particularly in big cities. They also urged to take initiative for the improvement of infrastructure, proper maintenance of rivers embankment and poverty and senses of deprivation among the masses. They Speakers said that the fishery was an important sector in the countrys economy, but the said important sector has been suffering due to lack of proper facilities. It needs proper attention to boost up in even international market, and in this regard all the stake holders should be taken on board while making any strategy they said. The representatives also demanded the Pakistan and Indian governments to establish proper area as joint zone for fishermen for the fishermen from where they could continue earning their livelihood without any fear. The conference was addressed by Karamat Ali Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research, Muhammad Ali Shah Pakistan Fisher Folk Forum, Latif Mughal Peoples Workers Union KESC and Farid Awan Pakistan Workers Federation Sindh.