Army continues relief operation in flood hit Balochistan

During ongoing rescue and relief operation in flood hit areas of Balochistan and Sindh, Pakistan Army troops have rescued more than 8000 stranded people from Jampur, Rajanpur, Rojhan, Kandhkot, Jacobabad and Dera Murad Jamali.
Till now Pakistan Army has employed 1200 troops, 72 boats and 54 de-watering pumps and heavy machinery in flood affected areas.
Army troops are working along with local civil administration round the clock to provide relief to their brethren in distress and established Relief Camps at Jampur, Rajanpur, Rojhan. While over 150 ton of dry rations have also been distributed through MI-17 and trucks among distress people of Sindh and Baluchistan.
Army Medical Corps have treated over 17000 patients in flood affected areas and set up Two Field Hospitals at Jacobabad.

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  1. Saba jamali said:

    We need army doctors in dera allahyar.and tomarrow flood water will hit chowky jamali near ghari khairo saif-u-allah magsi kanal.more 2oo hunderd people are ghatherd on this kanal bank. We are waiting pak army. Welldone pak army. Saba jamali .chowki jamali

  2. G.A. said:

    Its appreciatable…..somebody in Pakistan is doing its job at desired times.

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