Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar, captain of Pakistan cricket staff Babar Azam together with different cricketers and politicians have prolonged their prayers after a robust earthquake of 5.9-magnitude hit a number of cities of Balochistan early Thursday morning.
Taking to Twitter, PM Khan directed all federal departments to totally help the Balochistan authorities in provision of reduction to the earthquake victims.
Prime Minister stated the federal authorities will prolong all potential help to Balochistan authorities on this tough hour.
CM Buzdar stated that he’s saddened by the lack of life and property brought on by the earthquake in Balochistan.
“On this hour of sorrow, we stand with our brothers and are prepared to help the Balochistan authorities in each potential means in rescue actions,” he stated in a tweet.
“Horrible to get up to this unhappy information. Prayers with the beautiful and courageous folks of Balochistan. I hope and pray that the scenario stays underneath management with fast rescue efforts. Keep protected and powerful, Balochistan,” stated Babar whereas extending his prayers on Twitter.
Different cricketers additionally prolonged their prayers and needs on Twitter.
President Dr Arif Alvi expressed grief and sorrow over the lack of lives in Harnai, Balochistan.
In a tweet, he condoled with the bereaved households and prayed for the departed souls.
A powerful earthquake in several elements of Balochistan killed not less than 20 folks and injured greater than 300 others.
In response to the Provincial Catastrophe Administration Authority (PDMA), many of the deceased are kids.
The quake affected Quetta, Sibi, Harnai, Pishin, Qila Saifullah, Chaman, Ziarat and Zhob in Balochistan. The magnitude of the quake was measured at 5.9 on the Richter scale.
In the meantime, Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan shared a helpline quantity on Twitter for complaints and help.
He additionally shared the images of the rescue mission by the federal government departments and Pakistan Military.