Pakistan

Bahria Town starts relief operation

ISLAMABAD: Bahria Town on Saturday started relief operation for people, internally displaced due to ongoing Zarb-e-Azb operation against militants in North Waziristan, ARY News reported.

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Three mobile health units and two trucks carrying Wheat, Ghee, Sugar and other groceries have been sent to North Waziristan by Bahria Town.

Head of relief operation Brigadier Rtd. Tahir Butt said that Bahria town will establish camps in Bannu for carrying relief operation.

“Initially five trucks full with aid supplies and three mobile hospitals will be sent for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), arrangement for aftaari in Ramazan will be provided while two times meal will be given after Ramazan”, said Tahir Butt.

He vowed that Bahria Town will continue relief operation till the return of IDPs to their home.

Brigadier Rtd. Tahir Butt said that relief actives are being started after taking No objection Certificate (NoC) from Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA).

 

 

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