From Balochistan To Gilgit Baltistan, Pak Forces Continue Relief Op In Floot Hit Areas

KARACHI: Pakistan Army and FC Flood Relief activities continue in various flood hit areas of the country . Troops are busy in rescue, relief efforts apart from providing medical care and opening up communication infrastructure.

According to ISPR, maximum 133 mm rain was recorded in Mardan followed by Mohmand (85 mm). Dewatering efforts carried out in Mardan . Flash floods have been reported in local nullahs of Mohmand District.

in Southern Punjab, all hill torrents are flowing normal except some increased flow in Mithawan, Kaha & Sanghar Hill torrents. Local commanders visited Rajanpur and DG Khan. Relief items were distributed among flood affectees. Medical camps have been established in both districts.

In Balochistan’s Jhal Magsi area, complete connectively of Gandhawa has been restored, and there was no more isolated area in Gandhawa and surroundings. Relief activities are underway, while Army Medical Camp treated 115 patients. In Khuzdar, M-8 still cut off while work on resumption of connectivity was underway. Field Medical Camp established by CMH Khuzdar and FC in Hafizabad treated 145 affected people.
In the Naseerabad area, no rain was observed throughout the day. Relief activities underway for affected population of Babakot & Gandakha. Ration and cooked food distributed to flood victims while field Medical Camp in Gandakha also treated various patients.
At the Pak-Afghan border city of Chaman, no rain was observed today while Bab e Dosti was fully functional.
in Noshki, no rain was observed today in the area while relief efforts were underway for the stranded population. Security forces served cooked meals to over 1000 people. N-40 damaged at 3 places has been repaired and traffic resumed.

In one of the worst hit area of Lasbela, there was no rain today while the situation was returning to some sort of stability. Forces set up 5 field medical camps and were providing medical care in Naka, Bela, Duddar, Hub and Gadani. N-25 has been opened Repair work on bridges is underway.
General Officer Commanding at Gawadar visited Hub and Uthal., while 2 sorties of MI-17 were conducted and 1500 kgs of ration items were distributed in Hub and Uthal.
Meanwhile, rainfall was reported in entire Kila Saifullah district.
Forces also established field medical camp at Khazina area of Muslim Bagh, and treated more than 200 patients.
in Gilgit Baltistan, 2 mudslides reported near Sikandarabad at KKH. Road has been opened for one way traffic by FWO.

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