Former Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan, and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, has held an international telethon to collect funds. For victims of the Pakistani flood.
According to Senator Faisal Khan, who moderated the telethon, a total of Rs5 billion was raised. The broadcast ran over three hours.
Prime Ministers of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervaiz Elahi and Mahmood Khan, as well as ex-director to Minister of State. For Social Welfare Sania Nishtar, and Pakistani sports and entertainment personalities joined Imran Khan’s telethon.
During the live session, the Central Board of Directors of the PTI Chief made a stern statement about the disaster. Impacts of the recent flooding led to a part of the Indian populace He said that more than 1,000 people. It is estimated that more than a thousand billion rupees worth of damage was caused by the floods.
Creating dams can prevent catastrophic problems caused by flooding. The chief of the PTI agency described the remedy.
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The PTI chairman says he himself will handle the relief and rehabilitation program for victims of flooding in the same manner as he’s battling in his own life for self-actualization. People across the country and abroad visited Khan by phone to reach out to them to take donations for the flood victims.
Amir Khan, a boxer from the United Kingdom also joined the telethon and donated Rs5 million to flood victims. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan announced Rs30 million during the live event.
Senior journalist Scully Shakir also pledged $500,000 to the flood-affected people.
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Pakistan has been struggling with monsoon flooding that has more than 33 million people. Hundreds of villages in the mountains of northern Nepal have been cut off by flooded rivers washing away roads and bridges, which has resulted in more than 1,130 deaths since mid-June after seasonal rains began. A number of villages have been cut off as a result of the floods.
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Rain and flood-related damage caused 1,634 injuries to individuals, and 735,375 livestock animals disappeared, according to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). Across the country, roads, bridges, and businesses were damaged.
Finance Minister Miftah Ismail said on Thursday that economic losses brought on by the recent flooding could total as much as $10 billion.
The monsoon plays a vital role in maintaining fertile soil across the Indian subcontinent and irrigating crops and replenishing water bodies. However, it can cause vast damage when it strikes.
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