Announces financial aid for affectees
Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif has strongly condemned indiscriminate firing and shelling of Indian army at Sialkot working boundary.
He has expressed deep sense of sorrow and grief over the loss of precious human lives due to Indian shelling and extended sympathies to the bereaved families.
He has directed to establish relief camps for the persons relocating due to the Indian shelling and said that provision of necessary facilities to the displaced people be continued in the relief camps and they should be fully taken care of.
On the directions of the Chief Minister Punjab, Deputy Commissioner Sialkot has established relief camps.
Shahbaz said that targeting of civilian population by the Indian army is highly condemnable.
The Pak armed forces have the necessary capability to give a befitting reply to the Indian aggression and the whole nation is siding with the brave armed forces of Pakistan, he added.
He said that targeting of unarmed civilians by India is highly condemnable. India is not only violating the Line of Control but is also defying the working boundary.
The enemy must know that our courage is stronger and taller than the Himalaya.
The Chief Minister also prayed for early recovery of the injured and salvation of the martyred.
He has directed to provide every possible healthcare facility to the injured.
The chief minister announced financial aid for the heirs of people martyred in unprovoked firing by Indian army at Sialkot Working
He said that the families of the martyred would get Rs 5 five lakh each, severely injured persons Rs 75,000 each and those with minor injuries will be given Rs 25,000 each.
The chief minister directed Sialkot DC Dr Farrukh Naveed to issue cheques of financial aid to the heirs of the martyrs and the injured on Friday positively.
On the directions of the chief minister, the Sialkot DC also attended funeral prayers of the martyrs.