PM reviews relief work in Balochistan, orders immediate compensation

QUETTA:

PM Shehbaz Sharif on Monday reviewed relief efforts in Balochistan and ordered authorities to distribute compensation money to those affected by the floods within 24 hours

During his day-long visit to the commonplace capital, the head chatted with the media following a visit to the camps set up for the flood affectees and communicated lament over the absence of essential offices, including food and water, being given to the casualties of the new flooding.

The top state leader gave the mandate during his visit to the makeshift camp set up in the Khusnob area of Qila Saifullah region to oblige the flood-impacted individuals.

He asked the National Disaster and Management Authority (NDMA) and Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) to build the speed of the alleviation and salvage activities to best work with the person in question

Boss Minister Balochistan Abdul Quddus Bizenjo and Chairman NDMA Lieutenant General Akhtar Nawaz advised the state head about the harm caused by heavy rains in the region.

Shehbaz was educated that four camps with clinical offices had been set up for flood-impacted individuals and a cylinder well framework in the space was working with sun oriented energy to meet the water needs.

The state head interfaced with the affectees and asked about the offices being given to them.

PM Shehbaz is being joined by government pastors Sardar Israr Tareen, Marriyum Aurangzeb, Maulana Abdul Wasay, Nawabzada Shahzain Bugti, Minister of State Muhammad Hashim Notezai, MNA Salahuddin Ayubi and Chairman NDMA.

Death toll reaches 149 in Balochistan flooding…

The loss of life in flood-impacted locale of Balochistan has ascended to 149 while 70 individuals are accounted for harmed.

As indicated by a report delivered by the Provincial Disaster Management Authority, a sum of 13,535 houses have imploded or are to some extent harmed because of the continuous weighty rains and floods.

The downpours and flood have likewise seriously impacted six expressways covering 640 kilometers. In the mean time, enormous scope help and recovery tasks are in progress in completely impacted region of the territory.

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