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PM expresses get to the bottom of to completely support, aid flood-hit areas
Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday stated that the whole country used to be badly affected with flash floods due to incessant monsoon rains, and resolved to overcome the assignment with collective efforts.

PM expresses resolve to fully support, assist flood-hit areas

The prime minister stated that the heavy downpours in the season had brought on human losses, broken street and links infrastructure throughout Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan.

During a visit to evaluation rescue and remedy operations in flood-hit areas of Faqirani Jat, Oplano and others, the prime minister used to be given a distinctive briefing over the situation and the remedy efforts. Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and the federal ministers additionally accompanied the prime minister.

Speaking on the occasion, the prime minister stated that he had witnessed the substantial area which was once inundated by flood water.

In Swat and Kalam, flash floods had triggered human and financial losses, swept away road infrastructure and bridges, and now headed closer to Charsadda and Nowshehra posing a extreme danger there, he said, including the district administrations, rescue groups and the armed forces had been thoroughly helping the rescue and alleviation efforts and evacuating the humans to protected places.
He stated vast damage was once caused to the Munda dam.

The prime minister stated in the flood affected areas, rescue and relief efforts had been being carried out. Unfortunately, he stated massive losses have been witnessed throughout the country, however with joint and non-stop efforts, they would overcome the issues posed by way of the natural catastrophe.

On the occasion, the prime minister additionally preferred the efforts of the chief minister, administration and the armed forces for their rescue and relief operations in these areas.

The chief secretary, director general provincial Disaster Management Authority, deputy commissioner, officers of Pakistan Navy and different applicable authorities briefed the prime minister on the relief operations, flood scenario and rehabilitation of the broken infrastructure.