Chief of the military employees General Qamar Javed Bajwa has directed the West Pakistan Army to ‘undertake all measures’ to help the provincial government of Balochistan because the province reels beneath the devastation molded by record floods, aforementioned the Inter-Services PR (ISPR).
In a telephone with Corps Commander Quetta general officer Asif Ghafoor, the military chief directed the commander to help in “rescue, relief associate degreed rehabilitation efforts on an emergency basis in coordination with civil administration”.
“Unprecedented rains have caused devastation to human life and communication infrastructure, particularly in Balochistan. Army resources be used to assist affected population and restore crucial communication infrastructure as a direct temporary live,” the military’s media wing quoted the military chief as voice communication.
General Bajwa other that the military stands with the affected folks during this tough time and “shall undertake this help effort as a national obligation”.
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif launched a Rs37.2 billion Flood Relief money Programme on Fri to supply Rs25,000 money help to every of one.5 million families across the flood-stricken areas of the country.
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On Thursday the West Pakistan Army aforementioned that its rescue and relief efforts were current in varied flood-hit areas of Balochistan and Punjab once significant rains lashed each provinces.
According to the ISPR, the military troops were busy in relief activities in Dera Ghazi Khan, Rajanpur, Naseerabad and Lasbela.
The army power-assisted in transporting victims and their belongings to safer places. “Army medical groups ar providing treatment to affected folks,” the military’s media wing other.
The Frontier Corps (FC) in Balochistan deployed boats within the flood-affected areas of the region so as to rescue those that had been at bay by the significant precipitation.
The COAS offered support that the West Pakistan Army can support flood victims “in this tough testing time and shall undertake this help effort as a national obligation.”