On Saturday, a Pakistan Air Force special aircraft delivered the first consignment of relief supplies to flood-stricken Afghans, following the directions of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. The package was intended for people impacted by the floods in Afghanistan.
Tents, wheat, rice, and sugar are among the supplies being distributed. The second batch of relief supplies will be delivered on April 9.
In his remarks, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif stated that Pakistan would make every effort to assist the Afghans who had been devastated by the flood.
Meanwhile, in a separate news release, Foreign Office Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmad stated that a C-130 jet carrying emergency assistance materials for the people of Afghanistan who have been affected by flash floods had arrived in Mazar-i-Sharif as a result of the Prime Minister’s instructions.
It was his assertion that Pakistan had been at the forefront of efforts to provide humanitarian help to the Afghan people because it was a neighboring country.
The spokesperson expressed the hope that the international community will also take an active role in giving timely relief and economic aid to the people of Afghanistan who have been harmed by the conflict.
In a statement released on May 5, Shehbaz Sharif expressed his regret over the fatalities and destruction caused by floods in 10 provinces of Afghanistan and pledged to stand by the Afghan people during this terrible time.
In a statement, he emphasized his support for the Afghan interim government and the Afghan people, as well as his condolences to the relatives of the victims.
Shehbaz had previously stated that the Afghan people would receive all conceivable assistance.