ISLAMABAD, Aug 2 (APP): The Federal Flood Commission Chairman during a meeting here on Tuesday highlighted the arrangements for protection against floodwaters and the government’s steps to protect people and their property.

The meeting was chaired by Chairman Prime Minister’s
Inspection Commission and the officials discussed water resources of Pakistan and waste of floodwater.

In his presentation, the Flood Commission Chairman said if the flood water is diverted to the arid areas of Sindh and Balochistan then agricultural progress will be possible in these areas and the losses from floods will also be reduced.

In his opening remarks, the Chairman Inspection Commission said water is a blessing of Allah which is being wasted.

He said water is a cheap way to produce energy and the
previous governments showed negligence by not building dams and this created hurdles in the progress of the country.
Former WAPDA chairman Shamsul Mulk also addressed the meeting.

At the end of the meeting, the Chairman Inspection Commission thanked the participants and said in the light of the directives of the Prime Minister, projects should be started which were vital for the national security.

No stone should be left unturned for completion of the
projects, he said adding no negligence will be tolerated in this