60 trucks of relief items sent by Punjab govt reach Sindh

LAHORE: Sixty trucks of relief items worth Rs 50 million sent by Punjab government for the victims of Thar have reached Sindh. This was stated by former member assembly Arbab Zulfiqar while distributing relief items among the victims in village Khakhrihar, tehsil Islam Kot in Mithi. Arbab Fawad, Director General Punjab Disaster Management Authority Muhammad Asif, Director Zaheer Abbas and local leaders of Muslim League-N were also present on the occasion. The relief articles include 20,000 food hampers, 40,000 mineral water bottles and packets of 75,000kg rice, which will be distributed in the affected areas. Punjab Disaster Management Department will remain in Sindh till complete rehabilitation of the drought victims. This is not the time for politics but to serve the humanity and relief goods sent from Punjab will be distributed among the victims without any discrimination. They said that people of Sindh highly appreciated the determination expressed by Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif for continuing help of the victims till their complete rehabilitation.

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