Flour mills association hands over Rs60m aid to Punjab CM for flood vic-tims


A delegation of Pakistan Flour Mills Association (PFMA), led by its Central Committee Chairman Asim Raza, called on Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi on Friday and offered financial aid of Rs60 million for the flood victims. According to the details, the delegation that called on the chief minister comprised Asim Ra-za, Tahir Hanif Malik, Iftikhar Wattoo, Mian Riaz, Aamir Rafiq, Qaiser Ra-sheed, Riazullah and Hafiz Ahmed.

The flour mills association handed over a cheque of Rs60 million to the Punjab chief minister for the financial aid of the people affected by floods. They also donated flour and other relief goods worth about Rs50 million for the flood victims. On the occasion, the Punjab chief minister thanked the flour mills delegation for their donations, and he urged the people from all segments of society to aid for the reha-bilitation of the flood-hit people. He also pointed out that the flood-stricken people were waiting for help.

“We must help the affected people to ameli-orate their situation in this hour of difficulty,” he added.

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