Measures to eliminate the consequences of the flood in Sindh, Balochistan and Punjab Continue as Pakistani Army Troops Help Civil Administration in affected areas.
According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Army doctors and paramedics teams provide medical assistance flood troop casualties people to safer areas. Cooked meals and rations also distributed among flood affects.
In Sindh, army troops reached flood-affected area of Saim Nulla in khairpur district after more there were over 200 houses. destroyed in in region due to heavy rains.
military media wing added that the troops from the Pano Akil garrison took part in relief operations and relocated flood-affected people to safer areas and provided them with medical assistance.
In Balochistan – who saw record- heavy rain during current rainy season – army and FC troops continued to help the local administration and were active in rescue work in Quetta, Pishin, Qila Saif Ulla, Ziarat, Zhob, Loralai and Noshki.
Teams of Army, FC, PDMA and civil administration change people to safer places where they are served cooked food and other amenities.
Relief camps and medical facilities also was found in Nasirabad, Duki and Lasbela, ISPR reports.
military media wing added that efforts are being made made restore communication lines and the Zhob-De-Khan highway. restored
Relief activities also underway in Punjab with troops providing medical assistance to the injured population of Vehari, Rajan Poor and Dera Ghazi Khan.
A day earlier, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) told everyone concerned provincial and federal ministries and emergency departments ensure preliminary arrangements to cope with flash floods are predicted in rivers and nulls of Eastern Balochistan.
According to the NDMA bulletin, the Flood Forecasting Division (FFD) predicts moderate flash floods. in rivers and nulls of Eastern Balochistan during next 24 hours and heavy flooding after 24 hours.
it added that “medium to high flooding” is expected in Kabul River in Nowshera, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and tributaries of rivers Kabul and Indus, in Sindh, until Monday.
Moreover, “high level and above flooding” is possible. in mountain streams of Dera Ghazi Khan Division, Punjab, in in next 24 hours.