Floods : Indian PM Expressed Sympathy Over 1100 Deaths

More than 33 million people were directly affected by the recent floods and rains in the country. According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), 75 more people died in the last 24 hours, after which the number of people who died due to floods and rains has reached 1136.

Indian Prime Minister’s expression of sympathy

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed sympathy for the damage caused by floods in Pakistan.

In his tweet, Narendra Modi said that it is sad to see the devastation caused by floods in Pakistan, we express our condolences to the affected families for the loss of life.

He said that he sympathizes with the injured and all the people affected by the natural calamity.

Floods : Over 1100 Deaths, Indian PM Expressed Sympathy

NDMA says that 10 lakh 51 thousand 570 houses have been damaged across the country so far, while 7 lakh 35 thousand 375 cattle have died due to floods and rains.

According to the report, 162 bridges have been damaged during the rains and floods so far, 72 districts have been badly affected while more than 33 million people have been directly affected by the floods.

Rescue operation of Pakistan Air Force continues

10 billion loss in Dera Ismail Khan

Floods in Dera Ismail Khan have caused widespread destruction in which 29 people have lost their lives so far.

In a press conference at Commissioner House of Dera Ismail Khan, Provincial Minister of Municipalities Faisal Amin Gandapur and Commissioner Amir Afaq said that there has been a loss of 10 billion rupees due to floods and rains in Dera Ismail Khan. has gone

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He said that more than 1,000 cattle were killed by the flood, 40,000 houses and 236 villages were destroyed, 31 schools were affected in the district while the highways and link roads also suffered extraordinary damage.

China Announced 100 million Yuan Aid
China has announced 100 million yuan (RMB) aid for Pakistan’s flood victims, while Chinese Air Force flights carrying the first batch of 300 tents will arrive in Karachi today and tomorrow.

Chinese President Jin Ping, Prime Minister Li Keqiang expressed their regret and solidarity with the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan over the flood situation.

Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Nong Rong conveyed this message of the President and Prime Minister of China to the Pakistani leadership, in response to which Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif expressed his best wishes for President Jin Ping and Prime Minister Li Keqiang.

The Secretary General of the United Nations expressed regret
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres has expressed regret over the devastation caused by floods in Pakistan.

Permanent Representative of Pakistan Munirakaram met UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.

On this occasion, Antonio Guterres said that he will make a special appeal to the international community to help Pakistan, which will make the process of rehabilitation and reconstruction possible in Pakistan.

Canada’s declaration of emergency aid
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced additional emergency aid for Pakistan.

In a statement on Twitter, Justin Trudeau said that his country will continue to provide food, clean water and other essential items.

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