Relief goods for IDPs handed to NDMA

July 23, 2014 Off By Web Desk

Karachi: Toyota Indus Motor Company has handed over a relief consignment of Rs 5 million to the National Disaster Management Authority for the internally displaced persons (IDPs) who have been affected as a result of the military operation in North Waziristan

Tariq Hussain Khan, General Manager HR & CSR, Indus Motor Company, handed over the humanitarian assistance to Chairman NDMA, Major General Saeed Aleem, as a gesture of solidarity to the IDPs to elevate the sufferings of the affectees.

The consignment comprised ten truckloads with each of one thousand hampers of relief goods for the displaced persons. The hampers include food items like flour, pulses, oil, salt and biscuits for the displaced persons living in camps in Bannu.

Chairman NDMA thanked Indus Motor for the compassionate gesture and generous contribution for the noble cause.

While talking to media, Chairman NDMA lauded the national spirit to support the displaced persons. He reiterated the government`s resolve to use all available resources to address the DPs issue and its commitment to ensure timely relief assistance in accordance with the needs of the affectees.

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