Army, Navy continuing relief, rescue efforts in rain-hit Karachi


KARACHI: Pakistan Army and Pakistan Navy are continuing relief and rescue efforts in rain-hit Karachi.  

According to the ISPR, availability of basic commodities including ration items is being provided through mobile teams at badly affected areas.

Dewatering at multiple locations also continues to ensure civic facilities.

Pakistan Army Engineers cleared an underpass on Shahrah-e-Faisal for traffic while work on KPT underpass is in progress.

The Army Mobile Recovery vehicles are deployed at various choke points to shift vehicles struck in flood to keep flow of traffic.

Thirty two emergency medical and fifty six relief camps established in coordination with the civil administration are busy in helping the people in distress in various parts of Karachi.

Cooked meal is being provided to stranded people in flood hit areas.

Three Army field medical facilities have been established at Qayyumabad, Sarjani and Sadi Town.

The Army doctors and paramedics are providing immediate emergency medical care to flood victims.  

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