Corps commander monitors rescue operation


Corps Commander Lieutenant General Muhammad Zahirul Islam spent another day in the Tharparkar and Sanghar to monitor the flood situation and oversee the rescue operation of the Pakistan Army in these areas. According to the ISPR statement issued on Wednesday, the corps commander instructed officers to proactively help flood survivors as a national duty. He appreciated the efforts and services of troops in the flood-affected areas.
The corps commander inspected many affected areas from Hyderabad to Tando Allahyar, Mirpurkhas, Digri, Sindhri and Sanghar. General officer Commanding Major General Anwar Ali Hyder briefed the corps commander about the deployment and efforts of the troops. Within the last 24 hours, more than 10,000 people have been evacuated, 20 tonnes of rations distributed and more than 1,200 families have been shifted to safe places. Two thousand patients have been treated on Tuesday, the ISPR said in the statement.