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The army conducts a daring rescue operation to save a citizen in Kohistan

In an extremely dangerous and difficult situation, Pakistani Army Aviation pilots rescued a man who was surrounded. in flood water in Kohistan area of Hazar Khyber Pakhtunkhwa division on Sunday, military said in statement.

According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the emergency call was made administration of Kohistan. “Reply immediately, GOC Division Mangla and Brigade Commander Mangla. who we on flood grade mission near Pattan, allotted from original flight to save a previous life,” this added.

ISPR stated that team not achieved on time a man could drown in in flood. “Pilots made brave attempt, lower the helicopter and the officers and crew will lift the man safely,” the statement said.

“Pakistani Army and Pakistani Army Aviation are holding in with their traditions will not hesitate to save their brothers and sisters in line with The COAS vision that people of Pakistan is our priority and we won’t rest until every single person is reached and helped,” it says.

relief operation in Matchmaker

Previously in day four special Army aviation helicopters rescued 110 stranded people people from Hawazakhel to Kanju Cantt in Matchmaker.

“Standed people who were amazed [the[ mountain top in Kumrat will be evacuated by army helicopters specially flown from Kamju Cantt, Swat, as soon as the weather permits,” the ISPR said.

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It furthered a flood relief control centre has been established by Dir scouts and directed people to contact them on the following numbers for assistance in case of an emergency: 0309-1311310, 0323-5780067 and 0945-825526

Relief operation in Rajanpur

The ISPR said a relief operation was undertaken by the Pakistan Army in District Rajanpur, Punjab, and flood-affected victims were provided with ration bags and tents.

The army continued rescue and relief operations in all flood-hit areas of districts Layyah, Dera Ghazi Khan and Rajanpur.

“Pakistan Army teams rescued [a] amount of people stuck in [the] affected area including women and children together with their belongings and moved them to safer places,” ISPR said in a statement.

The press release went on to say: “People living in help camps set up with cooked food and dry rations. The Pakistani army uses everything available resources for help in flood-affected people including emergency medical care in medical camps set up on [the] army”.

Previously, the Pakistani army rescued 22 tourists who left Islamabad and was amazed in Kumrat valley in Upper dir of province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

To help in flood casualties, 7,522 Pakistani army personnel were deployed along with 50 boats and 25 field medical camps also was found. To date, 25,000 patients have been cured.

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Derrick Santistevan
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