Rawalpindi - August 16, 2010:
Pakistan Army Troops are busy round the clock to extend maximum relief to stranded people in the flood affected areas of Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan, KPK and Gilgit Baltistan.
Pakistan Army has established 115 Relief Camps in the flood affected areas and providing cooked food and free medical treatment to marooned people. Army has established Relief Camps at Dera Murad Jamali, Sibbi and provided 100 tons of ration, medicines and blankets among the flood affected people. Jawans of Army have evacuated more than 5,000 people from Muzaffar Garh and provided 300 tons of ration, medicines and tents in last 24 hours. 20,000 cooked food packets have been distributed at Army Relief Camps near Muzaffar Garh and Panu Aqil. Army Engineers are making all out effort to open National High Way at Kot Sabzal. Army Troops protected the Grid Station at Shikarpur with the help of heavy machinery and helped the management in restoration of electricity. Army Troops also saved 6 people from a toppled boat in Indus River near Panu Aqil and provided first aid.
9000 packets of Saher and Iftar were distributed among the flood affectees at Paroa, Kurai, Wensom College, Bund, Pahar Pur,Tank, Khairabad, Nihal Pur, Choki Daiya, Jahangira and Nowshera. 2000 patients were given medical treatment by Army medical camps established at Rahatkot, Madyan, Jerry, Kalam, Matilitan and Bahrain.
Pakistan Army Jawans are busy in Rescue and Relief activities round the clock on Monday (16-8-2010) - Photo ISPR.
Large number of families have been rescued from Khzir Valley- Skardu on Monday (16-8-2010) - Photo ISPR
UAE Helicopters are busy alongwith Pakistan Army Troops in Relief activities in flood affected areas. On Monday (16-8-2010) - Photo ISPR