MOTHER-in-POSSESSION OF THE DAY: A mother in Pakistan says she will leave her children with her friends, leaving her with no place to stay and a feeling of loneliness.

Sarah Waseem, 32, who has a daughter with her husband, has been on a one-week journey from her home in the southern Punjab province to a nearby town.

She said she has been struggling with the decision to leave her home to her children, but has decided that it is best to leave at the end of the month.

She has no place else to go and has no idea where she will go.

“I am leaving my kids with my friend and his friends and I am going to stay at his house for the next two months,” she told ABC Radio.

“And then I realised it is not the right thing to do. “

I don’t want to lose my children.” “

And then I realised it is not the right thing to do.

I don’t want to lose my children.”

A family friend and her husband say the family is in the process of finding a suitable accommodation, and the couple are planning to move to Pakistan’s Lahore.

“We are living together and we are doing everything we can to find a suitable home for our family,” said Waseam’s husband, Asad, in a video on Facebook.

“My wife and I are very concerned about our children.

“The whole situation is so bad that we have to decide how we will live. “

“Our children are not with us for the time being and they have no money for their school education.” “

Wasees mother, who asked not to be named, said she was told by a social worker that the couple were unlikely to be able to afford a place in Pakistan. “

Our children are not with us for the time being and they have no money for their school education.”

Wasees mother, who asked not to be named, said she was told by a social worker that the couple were unlikely to be able to afford a place in Pakistan.

“It is not possible to get a job in Lahor [Pakistan’s capital], so they are going to need to move back home,” she said.

We can’t get more than two bedrooms in one house.” “

Their house is too small.

We can’t get more than two bedrooms in one house.”

Sarah’s mother said she had been in Pakistan for a year and had travelled for several weeks to seek work.

“Everywhere they can, we go,” she added.

“In Pakistan, you can get a good job for less than $US1 a day.”

The social worker told us they have been given a letter of support from the government and the police, but they cannot afford to live in Lahori.

WASEEM HAS NO CHOICE: MOTHER SAYS SHE WILL LEAVE HER CHILDREN TO STAY WITH FRIENDS article Waseems mother said that while the family had recently begun paying rent in Pakistan, they had not been able to secure a place to buy the house. “

Now is not a good time for us to leave our children, we need to find some place to live.”

WASEEM HAS NO CHOICE: MOTHER SAYS SHE WILL LEAVE HER CHILDREN TO STAY WITH FRIENDS article Waseems mother said that while the family had recently begun paying rent in Pakistan, they had not been able to secure a place to buy the house.

The mother said they had been “left behind” by other families and “were not allowed to use the bank”.

She said the couple had been forced to take a month-long journey to get their house built, but were now “hanging on by their fingernails”.

“I don`t know how we are going,” she recalled.

“Where is the money for that?”

‘It is a tough decision’ The Pakistani government has not responded to ABC Radio’s request for comment.

In a statement, the Pakistan Human Rights Commission said it had received a letter from the local police on Tuesday, but was not able to verify the authenticity of the letter.

“If we find out the letter is not authentic, we will inform the authorities,” it said.

In the letter, the police said it was concerned that the family was not being given sufficient assistance, including financial assistance, and that there were “serious concerns” over the family’s wellbeing.

The family is currently being monitored and “given advice by the police,” the letter said.

The couple is due to appear in court on Wednesday.

Waseema said she would not move until she was assured that the police were satisfied the situation was in order.

“No one wants to live like this,” she explained.

“People are living like animals, they cannot be helped. “

“This is a difficult decision for us.””

This is a difficult decision for us.”