The Chief Minister’s announcement was welcomed by the members.
China’s meteorological center forecast heavy rain would continue in southwest and central China until Monday afternoon.
Armed Forces have also established 19 relief camps in Srinagar and Jammu region.
Mild rainfall occurred in many parts of the Valley this morning, triggering fears about more trouble in the area.
While most of the soldiers swam to safety or were rescued, Chandra and Owaise were swept away.
Banks may not levy any penal interest and consider waiving penal interest.
Additional consignments of emergency medicines to be despatched soon.
The city of Multan has been saved after officials created several breaches in the protective embankments to divert the floods.
As many as 5700 BRO personnel have been deployed to restore the road connectivity in the region.
They lost their belongings and their weapons were damaged or left useless after water entered their camps.
BSNL, Airtel, Vodafone and Reliance Communications will offer free calling facility for a limited period.
The floods, triggered by heavy monsoon showers, have inundated dozens of villages in central Pakistan.
At the mosque premises, community kitchen is being run and donation of clothes is pouring in.
Flash floods have damaged tens of thousands of homes and affected over a million people since September 3.
Nearly 1,600 villages of the total 3,300 villages across Jammu region are directly or indirectly affected by the natural calamity.