Food packages, sports kits distributed in South Waziristan

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Shuja ur Rehman
Tank

In an effort to share the blessings of Eid ul Fitr, the Frontier Corps’ Sector Headquarters South (FC SHS) distributed rations packages among three hundred deserving families of the tribal district South Waziristan besides a ranged distribution of sports stuff to the kids.

On the special directives of Inspector General (IG) FC SHS Major General Umar Bashir, the food packages were distributed to the deserving families of Ahmad Waam and Kotkai areas of erstwhile South Waziristan Agency at their door step during the sanctified occasion of Eid ul Fitr.

Contemporarily, over three hundred kids hailing from different areas of the erstwhile South Waziristan Agency were provided with sports equipment including cricket bat, ball, volleyball and other stuff to add to their joy and engage them in healthy and recreational activities.

The humanitarian services of the FC SHS have been reciprocated with the high commendation from the public, political and religious circles.

Meanwhile, another water filtration plant was installed by the FC SHS here in the densely populated urban area of Mohallah Phul Shah.

The inauguration ceremony was attended by the Deputy Commissioner Kabir Khan Afridi, DSP headquarters Iqbal Baloch, officials of 25-Sindh Regiment and elders and notables of the area.

Deputy Commissioner Kabir Afridi formally inaugurated the water filtration plant. Complete compliance of COVID-19 SOPs was observed during the inaugural ceremony.

Sanum Gul Tatoor and other local notables praised the role of Frontier Corps and Pakistan Army for initiating multiple public welfare activities besides establishing long lasting peace in the area.

It is worth mentioning here that so far twelve water filtration plants have been installed in different rural and urban areas of Tank by FC SHS where thousands of families are getting clean and chill water amid severe water crises in the rest of the areas of the district.

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