Badin: Pakistan Army Continues Its Relief Activities


The Pakistan Army has set up medical camps and stations for the provision of ration for those affected by the Thar famine. Regular medical treatment along with provision of food, warm clothes, and blankets are being taken care of by army personnel. The medical camp has been set up in the Talo Jam, a village in Diplo. Major Dr. Abdul Wahid, and Capt. Dr. Tayyaba have provided treatment to up to 500 patients. Free medicines have also been distributed. Commander Brigadier Raza and Capt. Ateeq from the army headquarters also visited the camp and reassured the locals that the army would continue to provide aid and support during this tough time.  While talking to the media, Brigadier Raza said that

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