ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: A delegation of Kashmir Orphans Relief Trust met Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Monday.
Talking to the delegation, the prime minister said that the federal government has mobilized all the resources to mitigate the suffering of the quake affected people of Azad Kashmir in terms of immediate relief and rehabilitation.
وزیراعظم عمران خان سے یتیموں کیلئے کشمیر ریلیف ٹرسٹ نامی این جی او کے وفد کی ملاقات
وفد نے وزیراعظم کو زلزلہ متاثرہ علاقوں میں تنظیم کی امدادی سرگرمیوں سے آگاہ کیا
وزیراعظم عمران خان نے تنظیم کی امدادی سرگرمیوں کی تعریف کی pic.twitter.com/gV7eDgAD3N
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The prime minister appreciated the efforts of Kashmir Orphans Relief Trust for the quake victims saying its rehabilitation efforts are worth emulating.
The delegation apprised the prime minister about the relief and rehabilitation work being undertaken by the organization for the residents of Azad Kashmir in the aftermath of quake in September 2019.
The Trust members informed the prime minister that they are facilitating the people affected by the earthquake particularly those families whose houses were completely destroyed in rebuilding through the organization’s resources.
The Kashmir Orphans Relief Trust has planned to build approximately 100 houses at their original site in the future.