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Compensation for flood-hit people: Punjab government urged to implement Supreme Court orders

Members of the civil society organisations Action Aid and Hali Sanjh Foundation demanded of the Punjab government to implement the orders of Supreme Court flood Inquiry Commission in which it asked the Punjab government to claim the compensation for flood affected people of district Muzzarfargarh from the World Bank against the breakage of Abbas Dyke at Taunsa Barrage during the flash flood of 2010.

Addressing the press conference along with the members of civil society organisations, Zafar Lund of Hali Sanjh demanded of the Supreme Court to take suo motu notice for implementing their own decisions for the rights of millions of people.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2011



 



 
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