President Zardari has called for an immediate report on the floods that has affected Sindh. - File photo

ISLAMABAD:  President Asif Ali Zardari has demanded for an immediate report on the destruction caused by recent rains in Sindh.

Zardari also took notice in rain damages of upper Sindh after his return from his visit to China and Tajikistan. He urged the Sindh government to assess the damages and report to the federal government.

The president also stressed upon the authorities to allow public access to statistics on immediate measures being taken for rehabilitations.

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