KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday visited several parts of the province to inspect rain-affected areas of the province.
The chief minister held an aerial view of Mirpurkhas, Samura, Tando Muhammad Khan. He later reached Khipro to review the situation after heavy downpour in Sanghar.
During his visit, the chief minister held meetings with the district administration to review the situation after aerial visit of the area. He said the rain-hit people of the province will not be left alone and the provincial government will assist them in every possible way.
He added that camps have been established in Samaro, Tando Jan Muhammad and Umerkot for the rain victims providing food, medicines and veterinary services. He said efforts are being made to analyze losses that occurred after heavy rainfall in the province.
Yesterday, Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah directed deputy commissioners to provide maximum help to the rain-hit people.
The chief minister telephoned DCs of Tharparkar, Mirpurkhas, Umerkot, Badin and Sujawal after heavy downpours and directed the officials to remain alert and provide relief to the rain-affected people.
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