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Anwar Ibrahim Unveils RM50 Million Relief Package for Kelantan Flood Victims

In a decisive and compassionate move, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has revealed a comprehensive aid package amounting to RM50 million to address the urgent needs of flood victims in Kelantan. This announcement comes in the aftermath of Anwar’s visit to the Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama (SMKA) Lati Temporary Relief Center (PPS), underscoring the government’s commitment to swift and targeted assistance for those affected by the devastating floods.

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Direct Allocation from Nadma: A Timely Response to the Crisis The Prime Minister conveyed that the allocated funds, sourced from the National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma), would be directly channeled to the flood victims. This strategic approach aims to expedite the provision of immediate relief to the affected families grappling with the aftermath of the calamity.

Immediate Assistance for PPS Residents: RM1,000 Per Family Anwar Ibrahim emphasized the urgency of aiding families currently residing in temporary relief centers (PPS). The government has approved an initial allocation of RM50 million, ensuring that each affected family receives RM1,000. Additionally, further financial assistance will be disbursed based on the specific losses incurred by individual flood victims, ensuring a needs-based and targeted relief approach.

Government’s Dedication to Swift and Effective Assistance During the press conference, the Prime Minister, accompanied by Kelantan Menteri Besar Datuk Mohd Nassuruddin Daud and Natural Resources and Environmental Sustainability Minister Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad, highlighted the importance of a coordinated response to alleviate the suffering of flood-affected communities. This substantial aid package not only reflects the government’s commitment but also stands as a testament to its dedication to providing swift and effective assistance during this challenging period.

As the nation unites in solidarity, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s announcement reinforces the government’s pledge to prioritize the welfare of the affected populace, offering tangible and immediate support to rebuild and recover from the recent floods in Kelantan.