Rescue, relief activities underway in flood-affected areas

Rescue, relief activities underway in flood-affected areas

Islamabad (Web Desk): Rescue and relief activities are continuing in the flood-affected areas of the country.

According to the details shared by National Flood Response and Coordination Center (NFRCC), Pakistan Army has so far distributed 4377.9 tons of food, 887 tons of sustenance items and over 2.5 million medicine items amongst the flood victims.

More than 98,000 patients have been treated in the 250 medical camps.

Pakistan Army has established 147 relief camps in Sindh, South Punjab and Balochistan.

Twenty helicopter sorties evacuated 217 stranded individuals and delivered 30 tons of relief items to the flood affectees during the last twenty-four hours.

Meanwhile, Pakistan Navy has distributed 1,127 tons ration, 2,532 tents and 41,9577 litres mineral water in various districts.

It has established 16 flood relief coordination centers and 6 central collection points across the country.

Pakistan Navy has also established 42 medical camps in which 29,664 patients have been treated.

Moreover, Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has also conducted sorties to rescue people and deliver relief items.