Govt not to leave flood-hit in lurch: PM Shehbaz

  • Visits Jacobabad, Balochistan to evaluate reduction actions in affected districts
  • Announces Rs1m for each and every sufferer, Rs0.5m each and every for completely broken properties and Rs200,000 for partly broken properties

JACOBABAD/ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday arrived right here to discuss with the flood-hit spaces of Balochistan to evaluate rescue, reduction and rehabilitation measures.

National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) officials, leader secretary Balochistan and NDMA Chairman Lt-General Akhtar Nawaz briefed the high minister in regards to the rescue, reduction and rehabilitation efforts in the flood-affected spaces of the province, PM Office Media Wing stated.

The high minister took an aerial view of Goth Ali Mardan Shambani in district Jhal Magsi and different affected spaces to assess the losses and the manager secretary Balochistan all through the flight gave information about the flood scenario and the relaxation operations.

He stopped on the Shambani village and met with the folks suffering from the floods.

The Prime Minister directed for the established order of a clinical camp and provision of medications for the affected village.

He additionally ordered posting of a veterinary physician for the farm animals and requested the government to straight away organize two boats and ration for the villages and accelerate the relaxation actions for the affectees.

The Chief Secretary Balochistan straight away despatched further groups for reduction actions in the flood affected spaces.

Talking to media, the PM stated he got here to Balochistan to assess losses in affected spaces together with Quetta, Zhob, Chaman, Killa Saifullah, Loralai and Lasbella.

The Prime Minister had held a gathering with the manager ministers and leader secretaries of provinces a couple of days in the past in Islamabad and determined in regards to the reduction measures.

Shehbaz Sharif stated 300 folks together with 124 in Balochistan misplaced their lives in the flood affected spaces, including the federal government would give Rs 1,000,000 each and every to the households of those that misplaced their lives.

The provincial govt would additionally give Rs 1,000,000 to the households of the sufferers.

He stated the federal government would additionally give Rs500,000 each and every for completely broken properties and Rs200,000 for partly broken properties.

He stated he had constituted 4 committees which might grasp session with the provinces to assess the losses of farm animals and harm to the vegetation, including in the following assembly in Islamabad on August 3, the location after floods can be additional reviewed.

Meanwhile, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Saturday stated that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif left for Jhal Magsi to view flood reduction actions.

During the discuss with, the Prime Minister will evaluate the wear and tear led to through floods and rains in Balochistan and in addition evaluate rescue, reduction and rehabilitation works, she stated in a observation.

The minister stated that Sardar Khalid Magsi, Senator Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Hydari had been accompanying the Prime Minister.

She stated that Minister for Housing Maulana Abdul Waseh, Saudi Minister for Power Mohammad Hashim Notizai had been additionally visiting with the Prime Minister.

Special Assistant to PM Syed Fahad Hussain and Chairman NDMA Lt-Gen Akhtar Nawaz had been additionally accompanied the Prime Minister in the discuss with, she stated.

NDMA, CS transient PM on flood scenario in Jacobabad

Earlier, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb stated that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had reached Jacobabad the place Chief Secretary Balochistan, Chairman National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Lt-Gen Akhtar Nawaz and officers briefed the Prime Minister at the flood scenario in Balochistan and ongoing relief-rescue operation, she stated in a tweet.

After the briefing, he left for Jhal Magsi to discuss with the flood affected spaces, she stated.



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