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Pakistan Army continues its rescue operation after heavy rains

Pakistan army troops are continuously assisting civil administration in flood hit areas of Sindh, Balochistan and Punjab. Army troops are busy in rescue and relief activities, shifting people to safer places.

Army medical Doctors and paramedic teams are treating flood victims. Troops are also distributing rations and cooked meals to help people in distress.

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According to the official statement of the media wing of the military, the Sindh army troops reached flood affected area of Saim Nullah, District Khairpur Sindh to safeguard flood affectees. Over two hundred houses got badly affected due to heavy floods in Saim Nullah, Khairpur Sindh.

Army troops from Pano Aqil Garrison took part in relief operation and shifted flood affected people to the safe locations and provided them medical aid.

On the other hand, the Pakistan army and FC troops continue to assist civil administration in flood rescue and relief operations in Balochistan in Quetta, Pishin, Qila Saif Ullah, Ziarat, Zhob, Loralai and Noshki .

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“Teams of Pakistan Army, FC, PDMA and civil administration are shifting people to safer places where they are being served with cooked food and other amenities. Relief camps have been established in Naseerabad, Duki and Lasbela areas. Army and FC free medical camps are also established in affected areas affording free treatment and medicines,” said the official statement.

All out efforts are being made to restore communication infrastructure at earliest. Beside free inter and intra district links, Road Zhob-DI Khan has also been restored.

Punjab army troops are also carrying out relief activities and providing medical care to affected population in Vehari, Rajan Pur and Dera Ghazi Khan

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