The Gorakh hill station is located in taluka Johi, district Dadu, the province of Sindh. It is the coldest and most beautiful area of Sindh. It is around six thousand feet above the sea level. Its temperature is quite moderate and cool even in the months of June and July, when the rest of the country is facing scorching heat. Its road passes along the most developed Kachho city of taluka Johi. But sadly, the development work of the Gorakh Hill Station had started since the first government of the PPP in 1988, and even after passage of more than two decades, successive governments have so far succeeded in only constructing a road from Wahi Pandhi to Gorakh Satation. Moreover, the then government had also pledged to establish a college and a university there. There is no doubt that this is an attractive tourist spot of Sindh, but deliberate neglect on the part of the consecutive governments has given this hill the look of a deserted spot. It is heartening to know that at last President Zardari has taken a latest briefing from the concerned authorities on the development projects of Gorakh Hill Station. This is at least a ray of hope. Gorakh Hill Station is a natural asset of Sindh. If developed properly, this spot can work wonders for Sindhs tourism. Gorakh Hill Station. INAYATULLAH RUSTAMANI, Dadu, January 1.