ISLAMABAD: King Abdullah’s Relief Campaign for Pakistani People (KARCPP), has completed several hundred houses to help affected people of Sindh province hit by floods in the recent years. The keys of the newly constructed 1400 houses with all necessary facilities were handed over to the families displaced due to heavy rains and floods.
Regional Director of KARCPP, Dr.Khalid M.Al-Othmani while talking to media persons
here on Friday said that the project of housing was started in Mirpurkhas, Sanghar, Umer Kot, Dadu, Mitiari, Tharparkar and Kashmore areas to accommodate the families displaced by heavy rains. The families affected by natural calamity have started living in these houses and enjoying basic facilities, he added.
Saudi Arabia has provided the amount collected from the Saudi Public donations to express solidarity and bring the cherishing movements back to the faces of the people of Pakistan who were facing the difficulties emerged after the natural calamities in their areas. Saudi Arabia had already announced to build 5000 houses in phases to provide shelter to the people of Balochistan, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhawa, and Gilgit-Baltistan (GB), Dr Khalid further stated. So far, the Organization has handed over the keys of the 1400 houses so that the people displaced by floods could start their routine life in a befitting manner, he said.
Expressing solidarity with the affected people of Pakistan, Saudi Arabia had announced to initiate relief and construction projects including Basic Health Units, schools, and water filtration plants worth millions of US dollars which are being completed in different calamity hit districts of Pakistan under the guidance of Muhammad Bin Naif, the Crown Prince and Interior Minister of Saudi Arabia who is also the Patron-In-Chief of this organization, he added.