Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States Masood Khan has made an impassioned appeal to Pakistani-American community to step forward for the help of flood affected people in Pakistan.
In his letter to compatriots residing in the US, he said the unprecedented rainfall, widespread flooding and landslides have affected most parts of the country. There has been tragic loss of life and livestock as well as serious damage to the infrastructure and properties. He said the magnitude of the calamity is too big.
Masood Khan said Pakistanis are a resilient nation and have been facing challenges and natural calamities with their characteristic courage and tenacity of purpose. He said the government and people of Pakistan are mobilizing every resource to provide rescue, relief and recovery service to the flood hit areas.
The Ambassador said Pakistani Diaspora in the US has always been at the forefront in helping their brothers and sisters in Pakistan. He appealed them to send their donations to the Prime Minister’s Flood relief Fund 2022.
Source: Radio Pakistan