Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that relief activities are continuing in the flood affected areas of the province and efforts are being made to drain the water as soon as possible.
Talking to the media after holding a high level meeting in Karachi on Wednesday, he said that water level is decreasing slowly near Dadu and other areas. However water is still coming and there is a new spell of rains that could affect the water drainage.
He said it is our utmost priority to save every inch we can. The Minister said the decision to make cuts in Manchar Lake was taken with due consultation of all the experts to minimize the damages of the flood.
Meanwhile, the Saudi Ambassador Nawaf Al-Malki also called on Sindh Chief Minister in Karachi on Wednesday.
During the meeting, the Saudi Ambassador expressed his condolences and sympathies over the loss of innocent lives due to floods in the province.
Source: Radio Pakistan