PM Shehbaz calls on nation to donate blankets, baby food for flood victims
A meeting was held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif to review the flood situation in the country and the ongoing rescue and relief operations in the flood-affected areas. – PID
Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has appealed to the nation to donate blankets as winter approaches.
“Small children affected by the floods are in desperate need of food,” says the Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister says that BISP has distributed 30 billion rupees to the flood victims.
Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Saturday asked the nation to donate baby food and blankets generously and immediately to the flood-affected people.
Addressing a meeting held to review the rescue and relief operations in the affected areas. the flood At the Pakistan Air Force Base Noor Khan, the Prime Minister made this appeal in view of the approach of winter.
The Prime Minister said that the small children affected by the flood are in dire need of food.
A woman, a flood victim, receives medical aid for her child while taking shelter at a relief camp after rains and floods during the monsoon season in Sehun, Pakistan on September 9, 2022. — Reuters
The Prime Minister said that the Pakistan Army and the state machinery are working together for the flood victims, adding that the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) has distributed Rs 30 billion to the flood victims.
“BISP is a highly reliable system and is accepted by foreign agencies,” he added.
During Shanghai Cooperation Organization At the (SCO) Council of Heads of States (CHS) meeting in Samarkand, Prime Minister Shehbaz called for action against climate change that has led to devastating floods in Pakistan and said “Now is the time to act.” , act now”.
The Prime Minister spoke about the climate disaster that has devastated Pakistan and killed hundreds of people.
The prime minister said the floods – which caused billions of dollars in damage – made Pakistan look like an “ocean of water”.
“Devastating floods in Pakistan are definitely due to climate change. It is a result of climate change, bursting of clouds and unprecedented rains, combined with down hill storms,” the Prime Minister said. .
The Prime Minister stressed that the SCO should plan for future generations.
Record monsoon rains in southern and southwestern Pakistan and snowmelt in northern parts caused flooding that affected about 33 million people in the South Asian country of 220 million, costing $30 billion in damage to homes, crops, bridges, roads and livestock. Damages estimated. .
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