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Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf distributing relief goods among flood affected people – File Photo by PPI

NASEERABAD: Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf said that Balochistan province was the most affected region during the recent floods and rains in the country, DawnNews reported.

Speaking to media representatives in Naseerabad, the prime minister said that the recent rains in the country have caused devastation on a very large scale.

He said that the government was making all possible efforts to reach out and provide relief to the flood victims.

He said that Pakistani people have always faced the challenges with courage and perseverance.

Prime Minister Ashraf announced relief package of 600 million rupees for flood ridden districts of Balochistan and announced the distribution of 20,000 camps to the flood affectees of the province.

Prime Minister Ashraf was received by Governor Balochistan Zulfiqar Magsi on his arrival in Naseerabad.

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