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Pakistan: Pakistan’s request for help from the international community to deal with the flood disaster

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan, engulfed by the pure calamity of floods, has appealed to the United Nations, the worldwide group and overseas Pakistanis for assist for rescue, aid and rehabilitation. President Dr Arif Alvi has appealed to the worldwide group, together with the United Nations and the abroad Pakistanis, to assist the flood victims.

Dr Alvi mentioned in an announcement that Pakistanis who’ve contributed considerably previously by means of philanthropy will as soon as once more come ahead and contribute generously in money and type to assist the rescue and aid efforts of the federal government and different related organisations. He referred to as for motivating media-affected folks to donate objects recognized by the federal government by means of formal channels established or supported by the federal government in an organized and disciplined method, to assist rebuild their lives.

The President urges the worldwide group to offer their experience, expertise and equipment to related authorities establishments to assist restore infrastructure, which can assist authorities companies sort out the colossal activity of serving to flood victims throughout the nation. . Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has introduced a grant of Rs 15 billion for the folks affected by the pure calamity.
In Pakistan, 42 folks have misplaced their lives within the worst-hit provinces of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and 9 in Sidh, whereas lots of of properties have been destroyed and plenty of buildings have been broken. Electricity, fuel and communication have been disrupted within the Swat area of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and numerous components of Punjab.

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