Pakistan has to deal with terrible floods. Death toll has crossed one thousand. Many houses have been damaged, crops have been damaged, many cattle have also died. A severe food crisis has developed.  In this situation, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed concern about the condition of the neighboring country.  



On Wednesday, Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif thanked Prime Minister Modi for this and said that his country will definitely overcome the adverse effects of this natural calamity. In a tweet, Pak PM Shahbaz Sharif said, "I thank Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for condoling the human and material losses caused by the floods. Inshallah, the people of Pakistan will overcome the adverse effects of this natural calamity with their characteristic resilience and rebuild their lives and communities.”




On Monday (August 29), Prime Minister Modi said he was saddened to see the devastation caused by the floods in Pakistan.  He also wished that normalcy would return to the country soon. In a tweet, PM Modi wrote, “Saddened to see the devastation caused by floods in Pakistan. We extend our heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims, the injured and all those affected by this natural calamity and hope for a speedy return to normality.”





According to the estimates of the Pakistan government, the damage caused by the rains and floods has now crossed 10,000 crore US dollars. Pakistan was already dealing with inflation and economic recession.  Due to the impact of this unprecedented natural disaster, there is now an extreme food crisis in Pakistan.  In this situation, India is also thinking about providing food aid to Pakistan, government sources said.  Although Pakistan has not officially sought India's assistance, several Pakistani ministers have already said that they are considering importing food products from India.