Devastating rains: WB assures Sindh govt of full cooperation

KARACHI: (HRNW) The World Bank (WB) on Wednesday assured the Sindh government of full cooperation in coping with the current emergency situation caused by the record-breaking rains in the province.

According to the details, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah contacted the WB country director via video link today and requested him to conduct urban property survey in Karachi.

The chief minister apprised the WB’s representative that the recent record-breaking rains had largely destroyed infrastructure in Karachi, Mirpur Khas, Sanghar, Umarkot and other cities of the province.

He urged the WB to help Sindh government in rebuilding the infrastructure. Standing crops on thousands of acres of land were damaged owing to the downpours in Sindh, the chief minister added.

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