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Hamza Shehbaz directs administration to stay alert during monsoon

Hamza Shehbaz directs administration to stay alert during monsoon

Hamza Shehbaz directs administration to stay alert during monsoon

Hamza Shehbaz

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  • Chief Minister of Punjab Hamza Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday directed administrative machinery to remain alert in view of the monsoon season and possible floods in the province
  • Chief Minister chaired a meeting and ordered a timely evacuation of the population within the river bed by taking public representatives on board
  • He asked the health department representatives to remain alert for timely provision of medical aid to the flood affectees
  • Hamza Shehbaz also directed the Pakistan Water & Power Development Authority (WAPDA) authorities to provide an uninterrupted supply of electricity during the monsoon season with the proper coordination of distribution companies
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LAHORE: Chief Minister of Punjab Hamza Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday directed administrative machinery to remain alert in view of the monsoon season and possible floods in the province, BOL News reports.

According to the details, Chief Minister chaired a meeting and ordered a timely evacuation of the population within the river bed by taking public representatives on board.

He asked the health department representatives to remain alert for timely provision of medical aid to the flood affectees. He said that Health Department should have ample stock of medicines in this regard to provide assistance for the people of Punjab.

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Hamza Shehbaz also directed the Pakistan Water & Power Development Authority (WAPDA) authorities to provide an uninterrupted supply of electricity during the monsoon season with the proper coordination of distribution companies, BOL News reports.

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