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Prime Minister Shehbaz promised to provide relief to the rain-affected

ISLAMABAD – On Wednesday, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif announced that the nation’s rain-affected populations in Balochistan and other regions would receive the most assistance possible.

The prime minister spoke at a National Assembly session in the federal capital about a variety of topics, including the nation’s ailing economy, challenges the government faced in trying to address the issue, and the devastation brought on by the country’s monsoon rains. The coalition administration, according to PM Shehbaz, is aware of the damage brought on by the rains and has met with all of the province governments to discuss this.

He claimed that in locations where people lost their lives and suffered financially as a result of the rains, the provincial administrations were working day and night. The premier announced that “the federal government has decided to boost the assistance package for those affected by the rains,” and that a conference would be held the following day to consider how to provide aid to the populace.

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The premier stated that in order to recover from the losses and assist the farmers who were most negatively impacted, the federal government will collaborate with the major governments. According to Prime Minister Shehbaz, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto oversaw the drafting of Pakistan’s Constitution, which portrayed Pakistan as a powerful, vibrant nation to the outside world.

No matter how much someone attempts to interfere with it, the Constitution will continue to direct and support Pakistan, the PM declared. The worst general elections in the history of the nation, according to PM Shehbaz, were held in 2018. He continued, “By rigging those polls, a government was established.”

On the former chief justice’s order, the Results Transmission System (RTS) was shut down at night, and the vote-counting process was halted. The PTI-led administration, according to PM Shehbaz, took out loans totaling more than Rs20,000 billion over a three-and-a-half-year period, and during that time, millions of people lost their livelihoods and were forced into homelessness.

The coalition administration made the decision to save the state rather than concentrating on gaining political advantage since it was aware that Pakistan was in danger of defaulting, the premier continued. The premier noted that he had numerous opportunities to become prime minister in the past. “I was offered to become the prime minister by a president in 1992; Musharraf also offered me the PM’s post; and when Nawaz Sharif offered me the premiership, I chose to serve Punjab instead to complete the mega projects,” the premier said.

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