Islamabad: Pakistan`s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had reportedly visited a fake flood camp in the Ghotki district of Sindh province on Saturday.
A video in ZemTV showed that fake relief camps had been set up in six hours in the flood affected areas of Ghotki and Sukkur after information was received of Sharif`s visit to the area.
Sharif was accompanied by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah.
According to the video, the fake camps with fake doctors were setup to show that the Sindh Government was doing enough for flood victims.
Sharif even praised the Sindh Commissioner`s efforts in the flood struck regions.
According to the video, even 25 kilograms of wheat and other accompaniments were also arranged for distribution among some of the victims.
However, soon after Sharif left, the camp, doctors and facilities vanished within seconds.