Islamabad (Agency). After the horrific devastation caused by the floods in Pakistan, many countries of the world have come forward to help. Recently, a chartered plane from Nepal has sent a consignment of essential items other than food items to Pakistan. About 5 lakh dollars has also been given to Pakistan from Google. Meanwhile, 300 km of roads and about 4,000 houses have been damaged in the last 24 hours due to the floods. Recently, UN Director General Antonio Guterres visited Pakistan and made an aerial tour of the affected areas. After this, he called the situation very bad and appealed to the world to help Pakistan. He had said that the problem can be reduced by helping Pakistan.

UN Resident and Humanitarian Cardinator Julian Harnis says that $ 160 million funding was appealed to the world to help Pakistan, out of which a total of $ 150 million has been said to be given according to the promises made by various countries. . So far, more than $38 million has been raised under this appeal. So far, about 7 countries have been asked to help Pakistan. This includes America, Canada, UK, Japan, Denmark, Australia, Singapore, Nepal etc. On behalf of the UN, it has been said that with this fund, the concern of health care of the people affected by the floods will be addressed.

According to Harnis, more than 6 lakh people have been affected by the floods in Pakistan. First of all these people need help. At the same time, the government of Pakistan says that about 33 million people have been affected by this flood across the country. The appeal made by the UN is from September 2022 to February 2023. On behalf of the UN, the government of Pakistan has also been asked to spend the amount of help given only on the affected. It has also been said that it is very important to maintain transparency in spending this amount. The UN has appealed to the Shahbaz government to put such an institution under its supervision which can confirm that it is in the right hands.

Edited By: Kamal Verma