Military, FC proceed rescue, aid efforts in flood-hit areas: ISPR

Pakistan Military troops rescue flood victims in Balochistan. Picture: ISPR/file 

RAWALPINDI: With the intention to help flood victims stranded in several components of the nation, troops of the Pakistan Military and Frontier Corps are persevering with their rescue and aid operations, mentioned Inter-Providers Public Relations (ISPR) mentioned on Sunday.

In an announcement, the army’s media wing mentioned that the troops are busy in restore work on highways and motorways to revive connectivity.

Military and FC personnel “are busy in rescue and aid efforts, aside from offering medical care and opening up communication infrastructure”, learn the assertion.

Offering an replace on the stream of assorted rivers, the ISPR mentioned all rivers are “flowing regular” besides a low flood in Indus River at Attock, Tarbela, Chashma, and Guddu. A low flood was additionally reported at Warsak and a medium flood at Nowshehra in Kabul River.

Dewatering efforts in KP

In keeping with the assertion, a most of 133mm rain has been recorded in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Mardan district adopted by Mohmand district the place 85mm of rain was recorded.

The troops carried out dewatering efforts in Mardan, mentioned the ISPR.

Flash floods have been reported within the native nullahs of Mohmand, it added.

Hill torrents flowing regular in Southern Punjab

To the south of Punjab, “all hill torrents are flowing regular besides some elevated stream in Mithawan, Kaha and Sanghar Hill torrents”, mentioned the assertion.

Native commanders visited Rajanpur and DG Khan the place aid gadgets had been distributed amongst flood affectees and medical camps have been established, the ISPR mentioned.


Within the Balochistan city of Jhal Magsi, “full connectivity of Gandhawa has been restored”.

There is no such thing as a longer any remoted space in Gandhawa and its environment, the army’s media wing mentioned, including that additional aid actions are underway.

Amongst these is a military medical camp which has to this point handled 115 sufferers.

Over in Khuzdar metropolis, the M-8 motorway remains to be lower off. “Work on the resumption of connectivity is underway,” mentioned the ISPR assertion.

In keeping with the assertion, a area medical camp established by CMH Khuzdar and FC in Hafizabad has handled 145 affected individuals.

Within the small city of Naseerabad, the ISPR mentioned that no rain was reported all through the day.

“Aid actions are underway for the affected inhabitants of Babakot and Gandakha,” mentioned the assertion, including that meals provides in addition to cooked meals had been distributed to flood victims.

As well as, a area medical camp in Gandakha handled varied sufferers.

In Balochistan’s Chaman district, no rain was reported. The Bab-e-Dosti (Friendship Gate) on the Pak-Afghan border is “absolutely purposeful”, mentioned the ISPR.

No rain was reported in Noshki city both. “Aid efforts are underway for the stranded inhabitants,” mentioned the ISPR.

In keeping with the assertion, “cooked meals had been served to over 1,000 individuals”.

The army’s media wing mentioned that the N-40 freeway, which is broken at three locations, “has been repaired and visitors resumed”.

Over in Lasbela district, no rain has fallen up to now few hours and the scenario is stabilizing, mentioned the ISPR.

In keeping with the army’s media wing, 5 area medical camps are offering medical care in Naka, Bela, Duddar, Hub and Gadani.

The N-25 freeway has been opened and restore work on bridges is underway, mentioned the assertion.

“Normal Officer Commanding at Gawadar visited Hub and Uthal,” the assertion mentioned additional, including: “Two sorties of MI-17 had been performed and 1,500kg of ration gadgets had been distributed in Hub and Uthal.”

In Kila Saifullah, rainfall was reported in your entire district.

The ISPR mentioned {that a} area medical camp established at Khazina handled greater than 200 sufferers.


The troops additionally carried out operations in Gilgit-Baltistan.

“Two mudslides had been reported close to Sikandarabad at Karakoram Freeway,” mentioned the ISPR.

“The highway has been opened for a technique visitors by FWO,” it added.

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