ISLAMABAD, 5 Oct. To help those affected by the monsoon rains and ensuing floods across the nation, China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) has contributed a sum equal to 200 million rupees to the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund.
Professor Ahsan Iqbal, Pakistan’s Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives (PD&SI) was the subject of a meeting with a CNNC team led by its President Overseas Zhang Guoliang on Tuesday in Islamabad. Mr. Zhang notified Ahsan Iqbal of CNNC’s gift of around Rs. 200 million to the PM Flood Relief Fund, expressing sympathy for the loss of life, property, and infrastructure resulting from the recent disastrous floods in Pakistan. He also pledged the assistance of his business to the flood victims.
Ahsan Iqbal praised the contributions of the Chinese government, businesses, and civilian relief initiatives for Pakistan’s flood damage.
It is appropriate to note that China has spent more than 644.1 million RMB, or $90.2 million, on its ongoing response efforts in Pakistan. RMB 400 million in aid was supplied by the Chinese government, RMB 100 million by the Chinese Army, RMB 125 million by the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, and RMB 2.1 million by the Red Cross Society of China.