PML-N Taufeq But bashes protestors chanting ‘Go Nawaz Go’

Tufiq ButtPrime Minister wants launching of flood control programme

 

We would not rest until rehabilitation of affectees: Nawaz

Monitoring Desk

WAZIRABAD

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday said a national level committee should be constituted to contain floods-related losses.

Recent flood gives this lesson to the nation that we should devise a comprehensive flood control program, he said while addressing the flood victims in Wazirabad,

The PM said it was government’s priority to adopt measures to contain losses in the wake of natural calamities and other disasters. He was of the view that climate changes were affecting the entire region.

He said each flood-hit family will be given Rs 25,000 each after assessment of losses. The compensation will be paid before the Eid, he announced.

He said the time had arrived to take steps to stop damages inflicted due to floods.

The prime minister said government needed to take measures despite limited resources. Adopting measures to contain floods-related losses will require billions of rupees, he added.

He said the government would not sit with patience until floods victims were completely rehabilitated. The flood-hit people should not consider themselves alone, government will not left them to fend for themselves, added the PM.

Later, following Taufeeq Butt, PML-N MPA, emerged on Wednesday when he bashed handful of protesters chanting ‘go Nawaz go’ during PM’s Wazirabad visit.

Reportedly, Butt got rid of protesters by bashing them through punches and pushes.

According to the details, Butt got out of control when Prime Minister’s protocol vehicles were exiting halls and a bunch of protesters started chanting ‘go Nawaz go’. Butt then hit the chanters with punches and slaps and told them away of the site.

It is worth mentioning here that amid the speech of the prime minister, considerable number of flood victims chanted slogans ‘Go Nawaz Go’ outside the hall for not being given financial and other assistance despite promises by the government. Agencies

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