Whole Sindh Has Become A River – CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah
Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Syed Murad Ali Shah remarked on Wednesday that he has never witnessed such disastrous floods in the province as he is experiencing this rainy season, as the entire province has turned into a “river.”
In a news conference in Karachi, he revealed that over 300 people had died in the province as a result of the rains, and 10 million had been displaced.
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“The reality is that the entire Sindh has turned into a pool of water or River,” CM Murad Ali Shah added.
He Also Said, province administration was still doing everything it could to alleviate people’s suffering.
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“We are leveraging our resources to give support to flood victims,” said the chief minister.
He stated that the province urgently need one million tents. “Despite the fact that we supply meals to flood victims.
“There is still no petrol or gasoline in the province,” he stated, pleading with the rest of the country to pitch in.
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