Govt provided Rs70b for flood victims, Rs50b more in pipeline

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Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue Miftah Ismail has said that administration had given 70 billion rupees for alleviation and recovery of flood-impacted individuals.

He was conversing with media people after a gathering with office-carriers of All Pakistan Textile Mills Association in Lahore.

Government Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique and APTMA Group Leader Dr Gohar Ejaz additionally went with him.

Miftah said that one more 50 billion rupees would be accommodated the flood affectees. He referenced that 33 million Pakistanis are as of now living under the open sky, stating that Prime Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif is working constantly for early restoration of the flood casualties.

The head of the state would before long hold gatherings with industrialists and business local area in such manner.

He said that APTMA has stored Rs400million into the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund, and the Association would likewise give one billion rupees something else for the flood-stricken family.

On this event, Federal Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique offered thanks to every one of the nations which have helped Pakistan in this season of trouble and misfortune.

The APTMA Group Leader Dr Gohar Ejaz said that the Association would likewise give 150,000 apportion sacks to the flood casualties for one month.

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