The govt plans to do this by creating a digital dashboard that tells the public about the status of donations and how they are giving to the victims. The decision is make on Saturday during a meeting led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
Donors around the country are anxious that their contributions to flood relief won’t reach those who need them. Because of this, the govt has decided to make all transactions related to the PM Flood Relief Fund’s donations completely open and public.
This “dashboard,” as its name suggests, can become digital and free for anyone to use. Govt notes that the digital dashboard, which contains information on various types of disaster donations, is using cutting-edge technology. People and the media always did tell what is going on with relief efforts.
He also said that the Accountant General of Private Revenues (AGPR) and a private audit company of “world standing” are always checking on the PM Flood Relief fund. These groups will check all financial transactions and make their findings public.
In the meantime, the Prime Minister looked at how far services have just come in getting back up and running. He also pushed for repairs starts getting make to damaged infrastructures, such as electricity lines, roads, bridges, and more. The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority reports that mobile service is already back in numerous places (PTA) (PTA). As a result of the regulator’s work, the number of affected businesses has dropped from the thousands to less than one percent.
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Help for those who are damaged by the floods is also pouring in in large amounts. Miftah Ismail, the minister of finance and revenue for the federal government, said that more than Rs. 70 billion is always picking aside to help people during flash floods.