PESHAWAR: Pakistani army evacuates 110 people people stuck in Swat, by providing its helicopters in a timely manner after a fierce flood in in area washed away many houses and buildings built along the banks of the river, according to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
Four military aircraft helicopters were used in evacuation efforts people from Hwazahela, south division of Swat, and transferred them to cantonment area of picturesque city.
“These people are provided with food and necessary medical care”, military media said the wing.
The statement also stated that people who were struck at the top of the mountain in Kumrat will also evacuate by helicopter soon how weather situation improved.
Pakistani army speeds up rescue efforts in flood-hit cities and on On Saturday, his troops rescued stranded families. in Kumrat.
It says the troops have made contact to search for for several families from Islamabad who were in a quandary in Kumrat due to sudden outbreak flood wave.
“About 22 people were evacuated by helicopter, while some families went on hills and could not be evacuated due to bad weather”, the message says.
military urged people not travel to Swat and surrounding areas due to risk of flash floods.