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Government don’t quit flood-hit in roll: PM Shehbaz

  • Visits Jacobabad, Balochistan to review relief activities in affected areas
  • Announces Rs1m for for each victim, 0.5 million rubles. for completely damaged houses and 200,000 rupees for partially damaged houses

JAKOBABAD/ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday arrived here to visit flood-hit areas of Balochistan in review rescue, rehabilitation and rehabilitation activities.

National Disaster Management Administration (NDMA) Officers, Chief secretary Chairman of Balochistan and NDMA, Lieutenant General Akhtar Nawaz informed prime minister on rescue, humanitarian and reconstruction work in in flood-affected areas of This was announced by the Prime Minister Office Media Wing.

prime minister took antenna view of Goth Ali Mardan Shambani in Jal Magsi district and other affected areas for loss assessment and chief secretary Balochistan during the flight gave details about flood situations and relief operations.

He stopped in the village of Shambany and met with in people flood victims.

The Prime Minister instructed for institution of medical camp and provision of medicines for affected village.

He also custom placement of veterinarian for cattle and asked the authorities to immediately organize two boats and rations for villages and speed up relief activities for affected.

The Chief Secretary of Balochistan immediately sent additional teams for relief activities in in flood affected areas.

Talking to media, the prime minister said he came to Balochistan to assess the losses in affected areas including Quetta, Zhob, Chaman, Killa Saifullu, Loralai and Lasbella.

The Prime Minister held a meeting with chief ministers and chief secretaries of provinces a few days ago in Islamabad and decided on measures to provide assistance.

Shehbaz Sharif said 300 people including 124 in Balochistan lost their lives in in flood affected areas, adding government would give rupees one million for every family of those who lost their lives.

provincial government would also give rupees one million families of victims.

He said government would also give Rs 500,000 each for completely damaged houses and 200,000 rupees for partially damaged houses.

He said he had set up four committees that would consult. with provinces estimate losses of livestock and crop damage, adding in in next meeting in Islamabad on On August 3, the situation after the flood will be further reviewed.

Meanwhile, the minister for Information and Broadcasting Marryum Aurangzeb on On Saturday, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said left for Jal Magsi’s view flood relief activities.

During the visit, the Prime Minister review damage caused floods and rains in Balochistan and also review Rescue, rehabilitation and rehabilitation work, she said in statement.

minister said the Prime Minister was accompanied by Sardar Khalid Magsi, Senator Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Hydari.

She said the minister for Maulana Abdul Waseh, Minister of Saudi Arabia for The power of Mohammad Hashim Notizai was also visit with Prime Minister.

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Syed Fahad Hussein and NDMA Chairman Lieutenant General Akhtar Nawaz were also accompanied the prime minister in visit, she said.

NDMA, CS Briefing PM on flood situation in Jacobabad

Former Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb reported that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif arrived in Jakobabad, where Balochistan’s Chief Secretary, Chairman of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Lieutenant General Akhtar Nawaz and officials briefed the Prime Minister. on in flood situation in Balochistan and the ongoing rescue operation, she said. in tweet.

After the briefing he left for Jal Magsi visit flood affected areas, she said.

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