RAWALPINDI: chief of Army Staff General Qamar Jawed Bajwa on Sunday visited outlying areas of Sindh interior in Dadu district. According to ISPR, the army commander spent time with flood-affected people in rehabilitation and medical camps.
COAS led the formation for provision of 5,000 tents flood-affected people of Dadu and surroundings. He also interacted with troops busy in rescue work.
Later, COAS was launched. for aerial reconnaissance of flood-affected areas of Dadu, Khairpur Nathan Shah, Johi, Meher and Lake Manchar.
Later, talking to media in Dadu, General Qamar Javed Bajwa said Dadu suffered the most area. He named Lake Manchar and Lake Hamal, which have about a hundred kilometers distance between them were united.
The army commander said save work in other parts of the country ended, except for Dadu. He expressed the hope that people from Sindh will also come forward their brothers and sisters.
He said international community is also generously helping Pakistan.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa said Pakistan must be ready for heavy rain cycles. According to him, the Army Corps of Engineers has been tasked with preparing a plan of action. with such situation in future. He emphasized on in need develop drainage system. When asked, he said that our carbon emissions in in world less than one percent. He said world should take a collaborative approach to solving issue of global warming.