Pakistan Navy: 3000 flood victims rescued

More than 3000 individuals have been safeguarded in past 48-hours by the Pakistan Navy groups stationed at Badin.

According to sources, Pakistan Navy on-going surge relief operation “MADAD” has begun in Khairpur, Sukkur, Pano Aqil, Larkana, Rani Pur and Gambat.

Other than transporting to safe regions and giving every one of them important therapeutic help, a tent settlement has likewise been set up by Pakistan Navy at Khairpur for provisional recovery of surge influenced individuals, according to an announcement issued by ISPR here on Monday.

More than 700 surge affectees are accommodated at Pakistan Navy’s Relief Camp and more than 5 tons of relief goods have also been distributed amongst them by the Commander Pak Marines stationed at PN Rescue Camp Sukkur.

Pakistan Navy Field Commands are keeping up close contact with PDMA and other concerned agencies in civil administrations to expeditiously react to any flood related crisis.

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