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Pakistan confronted with worst ever flood in the history of the world

KPK Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs Arshad Abdullah has said that Pakistan confronted with a worst ever flood in the history of the world.

He, however, paid rich tributes to the people for their brave and courageous role and voluntary spirit in taking part in rescue activities side by side with the government. This, he said, while addressing at the inaugural ceremony of the newly constructed building of Jamia Sayyeda Khunsa at Dosehra Charsadda on Sunday. Provincial Minister on this occasion also gave away gifts and prizes to the parents of female students who have completed their courses.

Arshad Abdullah said that government will make all out efforts to help the flood affectees at this critical juncture adding that provincial government have diverted all the funds towards rehabilitation of flood affectees by suspending new ADP. He added that Rs. 20 each would be distributed among flood affectees just after Eid whereas more cash assistance would be given to the affectees for the construction of houses. He further said that 100 houses were being constructed for the affectees in District Charsadda with the assistance of brotherly country Turkey.

In response to a question he said that government through successful operation cleared Swat from the clutches of terrorists. He expressed his apprehension about the re-emergence of terrorists if given free hand which would definitely endanger the future of the country particularly KPK province.

Commenting on the recent visit of PML(N) Chief Mian Nawaz Sharif to district Charsadda he said that instead of scoring political points he should concentrate on helping the flood affectees of Punjab. He said that Charsadda received major chunk of flood assistance due to the efforts of ANP Chief Asfandyar Wali Khan.

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