Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif established a relief fund for flood victims
Web Desk: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif established a relief fund for the people affected by the floods that occurred as a result of heavy rains in different parts of the country. No. G-12164 can be submitted.
It should be noted that a day ago the federal government had imposed emergency in the rain and flood affected areas and the prime minister had directed the finance ministry to immediately release 5 billion rupees to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). In this regard, the Prime Minister said that the people of Pakistan had set an example in the whole world by generously helping the victims during the 2005 earthquake and the biggest flood in the country in 2010.
The same spirit is needed even today. The Prime Minister said that I make a painful appeal to the public, especially the philanthropists, to help the countrymen affected by the flood with open hearts. There has been an extraordinACHI disaster in Balochistan, immense losses have also occurred in Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab, despite the difficult economic conditions, the government has immediately released 5 billion rupees for the flood victims.
He appealed to the philanthropists to lend a hand to the government in rehabilitating those Pakistanis who are surrounded by difficulties, there is a need to help the flood affected brothers, sisters and children with the spirit of Ansar Medina. Emergency has been imposed in the affected areas, the provincial governments have also been requested to declare the affected areas as calamities so that the relief work can be accelerated.