Pakistan Navy continue to rescue and relief operations in flood-hit areas of Karachi and Badin on the fourth straight day after heavy rains lashed the province on Thursday last week.
According to the details, the spokesperson of the Pakistan Navy said PN relief & rescue operations continued at Karachi and Sindh.
He said the operations assisted civil Administration in repairing Left Bank Outfall Drain (LBOD) overflow and leakage.
The Spokesperson said that Pakistan Navy de-flooded various areas.
In addition to this 1500 cooked food packets and 6300 ration bags distributed Karachi and Badin.
Furthermore, Spokesperson said Medical Camp reinforced with doctors, medics. Mobile med teams treated 1000 patients.
#PN relief & rescue Ops Continued at Khi & Sindh. Assisted civil Admin in repairing LBOD overflow/leakage. De-flooded various areas.1500 cooked food pkts & 6300 ration bags distributed Khi & Badin. Med Camp reinforced with doctors, medics. Mobile med teams treated 1000 patients. pic.twitter.com/omayEhKmSi
— Rear Admiral M Arshid Javed DGPR Navy (@dgprPaknavy) August 30, 2020
In a video that went viral on social media, reported to show that a submarine was also deployed in Karachi to assist people stuck in rain waters.
— Abdullah Bin Waqas Khan (@AbdullahBinWaq2) August 31, 2020