CM to mobilize resources for relief work in Sindh
Karachi: Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Chief Minister, Sindh has directed concerned departments to mobilize resources for relief work in his province’s flood- hit districts.
He confirmed the death toll up to eight persons and over nine injured in three talukas of rain–hit Sindh’s Tando, Muhammad Khan District.
Over one million people of six districts have been badly affected due to the recent floods, The News reports.
Shah further described the whole situation as disastrous and affirmed saying that all measures are being taken to provide basic needs including tents, ration, drinking water and medicines to the flood victims.
He informed that 239 relief camps have been established, where over 62162 people have been accommodated.
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