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APMKL workers to kick off rescue activities in rain-affected areas:Pervaiz Musharraf

London: While, expressing deep sorrow, Pervez Musharraf, Chief of All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) on Tuesday has asked the workers of his party to kick off rescue and relief activities in rain-affected areas of Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan immediately.

According to statement issued here from central information secretariat APML, former President Pervez Musharraf has said that more than 70 people have been died or washed away due to heavy rains in various parts of Sindh,Punjab and Balochistan yet which is an repairable loss for the grieved families.

He said that Jacobbad and Dera Ghazi Khan were worst affected areas in Sindh and Punjab where rain water played havoc. many breaches had been occurred in Indus and non-Indus dykes in Sindh and Punjab. thousands of families had got refuge at railway stations and other safer spots of cities but federal and provicila governments had not taken pre-monsoon measures to save the people from rains or floods.

He appreciated role of Pakistan Army in this havoc situation and said that youngsters (forces) of Pak Army has launched rescue operation in many areas of Punjab and Sindh to assist civil administration and they secured precious lives of innocent people.

Chief of APML has said that APML and its millions of workers are with the rain-affected people in this very difficult time and APML would help all rain-victims.He said that APML ha also played vital role during the floods of 2010 and heavy rains of 2011.

In the last, Pervez Mushrrad once again asked his workers to rush towards the rain-affected areas and help people on priority basis. He said that APML would proivide, food items, drinking water, clothes and other things of daily use to the rain-affected people of Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan.

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