LAHORE: PML-N fears all political parties fail to help out in flood casualties, Pakistan will be on the brink of disaster in next few years.
Press conference speech here on Saturday, PML-N Punjab secretary general and Prime Minister Assistant Sardar Awais Leghari said there was no wheat production. in Sindh, and it is likely that people of in flood-hit areas can lose their lives because of starvation. He said that two districts of South Punjab was destroyed completely for now over 100,000 houses in The districts of DG Khan and Rajanpur were razed to the ground. out through flood.
Mr. Leghari drew attention of in government towards challenge of security of help flood victims.
“Number of uninjured persons reached flood-hit areas, making it difficult for in government and other bodies for give help the deserving,” he said, and reproached the Punjabi government for No playing this is role in in this respect.
There was need to give assistance to farmers, he stressed.
Leghari lamented that Chief Minister Parvez Elahi visited southern Punjab during flood Only for a little hours. He also criticized PTI chairman Imran Khan for rallies during flood.
“PTI is demanding new elections while hospitals and schools have been washed down with water. flood in many areas. Where will the elections take place? he asked.
The PML-N leader also said it’s time for everyone should count of Pakistan. “Led by PMLN government took everything decisions for Pakistan and never cared for it politics,” he added.
In a separate press release here is Aide to the Prime Minister Attaullah Tarar. also criticized PTI head Imran Khan for holding public meetings during flood. Say that the rally cost from 200 to 250 million rupees, he rebuked Imran. for have enough time for Speaks at rallies, but is not going to flood-hit areas.
Mr. Tarar said the International Monetary Fund (IMF) report was a charge sheet. against Imran.
Punjab PPP leader Hassan Murtaza, in a statement questioning Imran Khan’s claim that he raised Rs 5 billion. for flood affects in telethon. He said that this requirement is not true.
Published in Dawn, September 4, 2022