AL-Khidmat continues flood relief work

September 10, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Ex-Mayor Karachi Naimatullah Khan said on Thursday that Al-Khidmat Foundation was working at large scale to tackle flood destructions. “More than 70 relief camps are working under the supervision of Al-Khidmat disaster management department, and lots of volunteers are rescuing the affectees,” he said while reviewing relief work conducted by AL-Khidmat Foundation disaster management department.

He said every year country faced billions of losses through the Indian water aggression and millions of acres of land were destroyed. This year people have faced loss of life and property in Punjab province.

He said more than 1000 volunteers of AL-Khidmat were helping the people in flood affected areas through boats, heavy machinery and vehicles, while goods worth millions of rupees like tents and others were dispatched for affectees under the disaster management.

He said mobile medical camps, field hospitals and 43 ambulances were also working and due to this, people were getting relief. Medicines and water was also being provided to the affectees, he said.

He said AL-Khidmat Foundation Pakistan had neither despaired the nation in the past nor in the present.

He instructed volunteers to keep an eye on flood affectees and provide them every possible help.

Naimat expressed sorrow over death of 24 people due to fall of roof in masque in Lahore and prayed for the rest of departed souls in eternal peace.

He appealed to the philanthropists to support AL-Khidmat for flood rescue work in Punjab.

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