ISLAMABAD, Dec 8 (APP): Pakistan’s High Commissioner to United Kingdom Syed Ibne Abbas has appealed to Pakistani diaspora to come forward and extend all possible help to thousands of people, affected by floods in northern England and Scotland over the past few days.
The High Commissioner, in his message, called upon the volunteers to liaise for assistance with the rescue centres, relief organisations and other aid agencies, already working in the
affected areas, a message received here from London on Tuesday said.
He expressed solidarity with the flood affected families and said, “The floods are unprecedented and devastating; we must help the affected families in our communities to alleviate their sufferings.”
Moreover, the High Commissioner instructed the Consuls General in all the four Consulates of Pakistan at Birmingham, Bradford,Manchester and Glasgow to mobilize the community for voluntary work wherever needed.
He also advised the officials to visit the flood affected areas to meet community members to offer support/assistance.