Sindh govt adopts effective measures to cope with rain issues


The Special Assistant to Sindh Chief Minister for Investment Department and Public Private Partnership Projects Syed Qasim Naveed Qamar has said that the provincial government has taken appropriate steps to cope with possible losses due to recent monsoon rains.

On the special instructions of Sindh Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, the members of the Sindh cabinet have been engaged in monitoring the situation in their assigned areas, he said and added that the administration across the province has been placed on high alert.

He stated this while presiding over a meeting at the office of Deputy Commissioner Tando Muhammad Khan on Monday which reviewed the situation which prevailed after the rainfall of the monsoon season. The Special Assistant to Sindh Chief Minister was apprised of the damage caused by the recent rains in Tando Muhammad Khan district. He was also briefed on the rehabilitation works in this regard.

Expressing satisfaction over the rehabilitation work, Syed Qasim Naveed Qamar directed the concerned officers to expedite the rehabilitation work in order to provide early relief to rain affected people of the district. —APP

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