Pak Army, FC South distribute relief goods among flood affectees

Adam Khan Wazir

Pakistan Army and Frontier Corps (FC) South distributed relief goods among victims of a flash flood in Pai Union Council of Tank. The flood caused damage to the UC Pai area of Tank on second of Eidul Adha and displaced a large number of people.

Apart from rescuing people to safer places, the Pak Army and FC South also distributed 715 bags of food items more than five thousands kilograms.

The flood affectees appreciated the efforts made by Pak Army and FC officers, they also interacted with the flood affectees and assured them of the Pak Army’s full support and cooperation. The Armed Forces of Pakistan has always stood by its people in every challenging time. Even in natural calamities,

The Pakistan Army has proved its mettle as the front line warrior. Senior officers of Pak Army and FC South Personal were also played a crucial role in rescue operations as first respondents to rescue stranded people.

Commanding Officer 25 Sindh and Tehsil Mayor Tank Saddam Khan Bettani distributed more than 5,000 kg bags of flour from the Pakistan Army and FC South to the flood affected families. The Pakistan Army, FC South and Rescue 1122 have played vital role in rescue operation.

Sector Commander FC South and Commanding Officer 25 Sindh were also took part in the rescue operation. According to reports, 90% of the houses in UC Pai and adjoining areas have been completely affected and most of the families have lost boundary walls and roofs of their houses.


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