Sharif made an aerial survey of the flood-hit areas in Rawlakot and asked authorities to expedite relief works for early rehabilitation of affected people.
The Prime Minister also distributed compensation amount among victim families, Radio Pakistan reported.
He expressed grief over loss of lives in the floods and assured that the government will take care of those hit by the calamity.
Four days of incessant showers left a trail of death and destruction in the PoK and Punjab, claiming the lives of 200 people and leaving many marooned.
In the mountainous PoK, the devastating floods have claimed 64 lives and injured 109.
The swirling flood waters and landslides have damaged several bridges, houses and snapped road and communication links.
During the visit, Sharif also announced that Rawalpindi- Muzaffarabad train project will be completed in two years.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had wrote to Sharif offering assistance to victims of the devastation caused by the torrential rains and floods in PoK.

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