The actions of the military forces, police, and provincial officials to rescue people and provide aid have been praised by the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shahbaz Sharif.

KARACHI: On Saturday, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif travelled around Sindh in order to survey the damage caused by recent flooding. While there, he asked his countrymen "to put aside our differences and stand with our people who need us now."

The request was made by the premier after he returned from a trip to Sujawal, during which he was briefed in great detail by the relevant ministries on the continuing search-and-rescue and humanitarian aid efforts in the province.

According to the Prime Minister Shahbaz, a collective strategy would be drafted in conjunction with the provinces in order to provide relief and rehabilitation services to flood victims.

He continued by saying, "We will need to work tirelessly and together to overcome the crisis that has been generated by the floods." According to the statements made by the Prime Minister, the floods were responsible for widespread destruction across the nation.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shahbaz Sharif, has pledged that through concerted efforts, the nation would be led away from the difficulty caused by the floods and onto the road to progress.

PM Shahbaz makes a plea for financial support.

According to Radio Pakistan's reporting, he issued a second call to action to philanthropists and entrepreneurs, imploring them to come out with significant donations to aid those whose lives have been upended by the floods.

A grant in the amount of Rs15 billion fifteen has been provided by the federal government to Sindh in order to assist with the relief and rehabilitation efforts, as stated by the Prime Minister.

He said that funding would also be provided to other provinces so that they are able to collaborate with the National Disaster Management Authority in order to manage the present crisis.

He said once again that the Benazir Income Support Program will offer Rs25,000 to each household that had been impacted by the disaster. The Prime Minister insisted that 38 billion rupees had been set aside for this specific objective.

In addition to this, he complimented the efforts being made by the military forces, police, and provincial authorities to rescue people and provide aid.