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Imran Khan distributes cheques to flood victims in DI Khan

Addressing the flood victims at Dera Ismail Khan, Imran Khan said that it is a big responsibility to spend the donations transparently collected from the public.

PTI Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Dera Ismail Khan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to meet the flood victims. Imran Khan also distributed cheques to the flood victims.

According to the details, the former premier visited DI Khan to review the flood relief operations in the city. He also received a briefing on the damages incurred to people and infrastructure due to heavy floods.

In a bid to help the flood victims, Imran Khan held three telethons to raise donations for the flood victims. Pakistanis donated generously. The first telethon raised over Rs5 billion in donations in just a 3-hour long flood telethon. over Rs3 billion have been collected, and more continues to be collected.

Read more: PTI’s telethon—proof of Pakistanis’ trust in Imran Khan

Dr. Sania Nishtar – who is leading PTI’s flood relief campaign – was also present and assisted Imran Khan in disbursing the cheques to the flood victims.

Addressing the flood victims at Dera Ismail Khan, Imran Khan said that it is a big responsibility to spend the donations transparently collected from the public. He said that PTI had decided to give money to the victims only for building houses.

“We have established a comprehensive verification system to distribute money to the flood victims. Under this system, the victims will give a check to the bank, and they will get the money because it is against my religion to humiliate the victims and give them money,” he said.

 

Former Prime Minister Imran Khan said that in Punjab and KP every family has been given a health facility of up to PKR10 lac, with the help of which they can go to any private hospital and get free treatment.

He also said that we are happy that we have done what even rich countries could not do in the country, in which the Pakistanis living abroad also helped us a lot.

Read more: Flood Devastation Across Pakistan