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     October 30,  2015

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Federal Agencies expedite relief and rehabilitation works in KP - Inayatullah

Chitral Times Report

CHITRAL: KP Senior Minister InayatUllah Khan has urged the federal agencies to accelerate the relief and rehabilitation works in the earthquake affected areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa including Chitral as he said delay in such sensitive matter could tantamount to more irreparable losses of the affectees. This he said while talking to the concerned authorities during his day long visit of Chitral and inspecting the quake losses in Hinjo Gol, Danin and other worst affected villages. Besides the Senior officers of NDMA and PDMA, District Nazim Syed Maghfrat Shah, MPAs, DC Osama Waraich and district heads of other Government departments also accompanied him.

Senior Minister recalled that provision of financial resources and relief goods must reach to the affectees in hours and days rather than weeks. He said provincial government has immediately released a total amount of Rs 3 billion for quake affectees of which Chitral has received Rs 500 million. However he acknowledged that this was much meager amount as compared to the heavy losses of the affectees. He assured that his government would take sigh of relief when each and every affectee was rehabilitated for good wherein all the government machinery has been fully streamlined for the purpose. Inayatullah also distributed relief items of PDMA among the affectees in these villages. Earlier District Nazim Syed Maghfrat Shah briefed Senior Minister on earthquake devastation on his arrival to Chitral.

Inayatullah showed concern to note that 5 thousand houses were destroyed and the families rendered homeless in this disaster. Similarly 11 schools completely and 97 partially damaged, 18 BHUs, DHQ hospital and police lines received heavy damages. However he assured that all these losses would be fully compensated on crash grounds.

 

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