During his visit to flood-hit areas of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, he said the government was not fearful of the ongoing protest sit-ins in the capital. He regretted that the visit of Chinese president was postponed due to protests in Islamabad.
The PM said the government would soon make Kashmir a spot for tourism. The core reason for destructions in the wake of floods is mainly due to release of excessive water from India, added the PM.
He said that Rawalpindi-Muzaffarabad train project would be completed in two years. He hoped the government would succeed in overcoming the prevailing crisis.
He said money cannot substitute the precious human life.
It is the responsibility of the state to help people in this testing time, said the PM.
“May God protect Sindh from floods and destruction,” he said.