Talking to newsmen in Garhi Khuda Buksh, Gilani said that the survey to assess the extent of the damages caused by the flood was underway in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank. The interim report will be submitted by September 15, he added.
The premier said that on the basis of the report, a session would be convened by the United Nations for generating more assistance and a meeting of the foreign ministers would also be held in this regard.
He said that the federal government was well aware of the losses of the province of Sindh from the floods.
Regarding allegations of breaches made in embankments, he said that directive has been issued to the Sindh chief minister to conduct an inquiry into the matter.
About the rehabilitation of flood-hit people, he said that in the first phase each family was being paid Rs20,000 and after the survey they will be provided Rs100,000.
When asked about holding of the local bodies polls, he said that this was up to the provinces.
Earlier, PM Gilani visited a relief camp set up by the district government in Ghari Khuda Bux.—APP