Murad tells Ahsan Sindh needs 1.5m tents but only 0.25m provided
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The Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah Sunday met with the Federal minister for planning, development and reforms Ahsan Iqbal and talked about the whole flood situation and the relief work, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
In the meeting, CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah told the federal minister that 1.5 million tents are needed and only 0.25 million tents were provided to the province.
He told the federal minister that he has visited 11 districts where people are seriously suffering and the children are getting sick badly.
He urged the international community and the nation’s friends to step forward for helping the flood affectees.
The federal minister Ahsan said the federal government will provide all possible assistance to provide the goods that are urgently needed in Sindh and for this purpose, he will remain in contact with the CM Sindh.
The federal minister further said that the National Highway Authority (NHA) and the Railway Minister have already visited the affected areas and the restoration work of the roads, railways and communication routes has started.
Ahsan Iqbal said that the Prime Minister will consult all the provinces about climate change.
Reporter: Iqtadar Anwar