Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif arrived in Quetta to assess the ongoing relief activities in the flood-affected areas of Balochistan.
On Sunday, the prime minister arrived in Quetta to inspect the restoration efforts on the road and railroad infrastructure damaged by the floods.
PM Shehbaz received a detailed briefing from National Highway Authority (NHA) Chairman Khurram Agha regarding the flood-affected roads in Balochistan and the current restoration work.
The PM had earlier made an announcement on a grant of Rs10 billion for flood victims in Balochistan.
He also urged the wealthy people to step up and help with the relief operations.
Balochistan has suffered significantly as a result of the eight massive and severe monsoon spells.
Pakistan’s devastating floods have cost the country between $10 billion and $12.5 billion in economic losses in addition to the lives lost.