Flood damage assessment survey in two districts costs 'Rs410m' to Punjab
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A joint survey to assess the damage in two flood-affected districts in Punjab has cost Rs410 million.
According to documents available with the 24NewsHD the survey was conducted in Rajanpur and DGK to assess flood damage and a report was compiled.
The Rajanpur administration spent Rs340 million and the DGK admin spent Rs70 million, according to the report.
The districts asked the Punjab government to release the fund.
According to officials of the Punjab Disaster Management Authority, a response has been sought.
The matter will be investigated thoroughly and the funds will be released after the investigation.