For news details visit : http://nation.com.pk/national/12-Sep-2014/rs100m-released-to-each-affected-district-cm MUZAFFARGARH/CHINIOT - The Punjab government has released Rs100 million for each flood and rain affected district to meet all basic ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
Rs 60m released to districts as subsidy - Frontier Post, 3 weeks ago
South Punjab flood affectees waiting for compensation - The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago
LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif visited flood-hit areas of Multan, Muzaffargarh and Rajanpur Districts on 15th consecutive day on Thursday to review relief and rehabilitation activities. According to a handout, the chief minister also visited ...Daily Times, 1 month ago Army distributes 560 ton ration among flood-hit people Associated Press of Pakistan, 1 month ago CM announces special bonus for staff of compensation payment centres Daily Times, 2 weeks ago Floods cost government infrastructure Rs10 billion The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
Muzaffargarh- In Muzaffargarh's Alipur district the authorities have prepared a fake list of the houses damaged by the massive floods in Pakistan. At least 25000 rupees were demanded as financial aid based on the fake list, sources reported today. ...The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago Muzaffargarh: Fake list prepared to demand aid for flood victims Dunya News, 3 weeks ago
MUZAFFARGARH District and Sessions Judge (Duty Judge) Dera Ghazi Khan Abdul Mustafa Nadeem on Friday quashed a case No 362/14 registered against outspoken independent MNA Jamshed Dasti and eight others under Sections 353,324,395,148/149, and 7-Anti ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
Islamabad: Pakistan Navy is continuing with its flood relief operations in districts of Muzaffargarh and Multan. Today, Pakistan Navy has rescued 30 personnel and recovered 17 dead bodies in a tragic incident occurred to a boat capsized near Sher ...Online News Pakistan, 1 month ago Army, Navy and Civil Admin continue rescue operation in flood hit ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago Pakistan Army has shifted 3,000 marooned people in flood-hit areas of Multan and Muzaffargarh to safer places. Radio Pakistan, 1 month ago
MUZAFFARGAH: Flood-stricken people think less relief work has been done in the district as compared to the 2010 water fury. Two floods hit Muzaffargarh district between 2010 and 2014. In 2010, the affected families received numerous assistance ...DAWN Group, 1 week ago
National Disaster Management Authority teams deployed in flood affected areas have shifted two hundred and thirty-two thousand people to safer places. The authority has deployed these teams in flood affected areas along Chenab and Jhelum rivers to ...Radio Pakistan, 1 month ago NDMA chief said the focus of current relief activities has been in Chiniot, Jhang, Multan, Muzaffargarh and parts of Rajanpur districts. Radio Pakistan, 1 month ago Over two lakh relocated to safer places in flood-hit areas 4 Traders, 1 month ago LAHORE - Over 200 thousand people relocated to safer places in flood-hit areas The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
Water level at River Indus soars at Guddu Barrage as Chenab puts several areas in Muzaffargarh district at risk of flooding PM visits Muzaffargarh flood-hit areas, says govt won't abandon survivors After wreaking havoc in Punjab, the raging ...Pakistan Today, 1 month ago The water discharge at Panjnad headworks in Bahawalpur is receding. Radio Pakistan, 1 month ago Water level receding in Chenab 4 Traders, 1 month ago Chenab's destructions continue, water pressure not lowering Dunya News, 1 month ago
The boat, which was carrying at least 40 people, went down as it attempted to cross a swollen river in the Muzaffargarh district of central Punjab province, they said. "We have recovered more dead bodies. The death toll has now risen to 17, two ...Interaksyon, 1 month ago Flood 14: 20 drown as boat capsizes in swollen Chenab The Express Tribune, 1 month ago Multan: Death toll from boat tragedy mounts to 18 Financial Daily, 1 month ago Pakistan: 16 die as boat capsizes in river near Multan Muslim News, 1 month ago
Peak flood in River Chenab has reached Panjnad Headworks after passing through Multan and Muzaffargarh.
The National Disaster Management Authority says the provincial government and district administrations are taking precautionary measures to cope with any eventuality due to high flood at Panjnad. A spokesperson of the authority said in Islamabad ...Radio Pakistan, 1 month ago National Disaster Management Authority has deployed teams in flood hit areas to monitor flood situation. Radio Pakistan, 1 month ago NDMA starts flood assessment with UN help Business Recorder, 1 month ago Disaster Mismanagement Authority The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
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