16 September 2014

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  • MUZAFFARGARH  Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday promised that all the flood victims would be compensated for their damaged houses, crops and livestock due to recent floods.Addressing the flood victims in Muzaffargarh, the Prime Minister stated that he is aware of the difficulties being faced by the affected people.He assured them that the government will fulfill its responsibility to mitigate their suffering, adding that this natural calamity was sudden and the government has no control over it.Earlier, on

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128 killed from rains, flash floods: Khawaja Asif

128 killed from rains, flash floods: Khawaja AsifISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Minister for Water and Power, Khawaja Asif addressed the joint session of Parliament on Tuesday and described the unprecedented rains and outcome of climate change.Mr. Asif said 128 people had died as floods affected 436,000 citizens in different areas of the country.According to Asif, MET Office officials had predicted below normal rainfall during the monsoon season and preparations were made accordingly. The minister briefed the Parliament on the loss of life and property

Flood a big test for nation: CM Shahbaz

JHANG: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has directed the administration to make an all out efforts to rescue flood affected persons. He made these remarks during a visit to flood-hit areas of Athara Hazari tehsil at Trimu Headworks.He said: “I have asked the administration to remain busy at rescue operation and do not waste time in my protocol”.He said the irrigation department officials were bound to brief him about the flood situation in the area. The DCO and the Secretary Irrigation briefed him about the

Nine killed, several trapped as mosque roof collapses in Lahore

LAHORE Several worshippers are feared trapped after roof of a mosque collapsed at GT Road Lahore,The incident occurred near Daroghawala area.Rescue 1122 officials with the help of locals are trying to remove debris. They have managed to retrieve nine bodies and six injured people. The injured have been shifted to nearby hospital.Taking notice of the incident, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has directed the authorities to expedite relief efforts.Dozens of people have died because of roof collapsing incidents in the

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