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The Prime Minister called on philanthropists to send food items for babies in flood-hit areas

  • Badly weather forces Prime Minister to cancel visit to Mianwali and Tank

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday was enjoyed by wealthy segments of the population of future society forward and agree for nutrition of food items for babies and newborns in in flood- affected areas.

Speaking at a meeting with review in flood situations, as well as rescue and relief measures in in flood-hit areas, prior to his departure for the United Kingdom and the United States at Noor Khan Air Base, prime minister even more encouraged the rich people to also Lay out blankets, comforters, and warm clothes as the winter season approaches.

He urged them to agree on on their behalf or provide these much-needed items to affected areas through well-established humanitarian agencies, provincial departments and various centers set up armed forces throughout the country.

On his recent visit to Uzbekistan to attend the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization prime minister reported that all leaders and leaders of the SCO member states, the republics of Central Asia, China, Turkey and other countries expressed their solidarity and support to flood victims of Pakistan for for which he thanked them individually.

They have had also inquired about further requirements as well as support, he said, adding that he told them that due to their limited resources, they also negotiate and spend billions of rupees.

outside of allocated 70 billion rubles. support each flood-affected family with 25,000 rupees compensation amount so far Rs 20 billion has been distributed through the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP). in very transparent manner.

prime minister stated that he had notified the SCO member states that compensation amount spread through the well-known system of BISP, who had international authenticity.

They were informed of a joint survey that would allow government of Pakistan to get complete evaluate of in total losses incurred during recent floods, he added.

prime minister said the poll would ensure plug any loophole by adding in cooperation with provincial governments, federal government compensated for in millions of at home destroyed in disaster. Electricity bills of the affected population was abandoned.

He further assured the leaders of the SCO that the entire mechanism and armed forces of Pakistan worked together on military support to provide assistance and compensation to affected families.

Badly weather forces prime minister to cancel Mianwali and Tank’s visit

Poor weather stalled Saturday’s visit by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to Mianwali and Tank. The premiere was to take place review current work for rehabilitation of flood survivors.

Helicopter of prime minister returned from Mianwali due to unfavorable weather terms.

prime minister 100 housing units were planned to open and were built for in flood victims of Tank.

Now the Prime Minister will receive a briefing on the assistance activities carried out. in Balochistan and South Punjab by the respective authorities at Islamabad airport.

Prime Minister Shehbaz steps down for Great Britain

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif steps down for United Kingdom (UK) on Sunday to represent Pakistan at the funeral of queen Elizabeth II, who passed away at the age of 96 on September 8 at her residence at Balmoral Castle.

He will also meet with PML-N supremo and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif during a two-day visit. Prime Minister scheduled a three-hour meeting with his brother discuss key political and economic issues.


— Prime Minister’s Office (@PakPMO) September 17, 2022

Prime Minister Shehbaz to return to Pakistan on Monday after attending a state funeral for late queen.

Coffin of the late monarch has been lying in historic Westminster Hall since Wednesday.

Upon his return from the UK, the prime minister plans travel to the US to attend a meeting of the United Nations (UN).

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