Navy teams distribute ration, provide medical treatment


Pakistan Navy relief teams have distributed more than two tonnes of ration in the rain- and flood-hit areas of Badin, Jhudo and Sanghar districts and 1,400 flood survivors of Tando Bago and Jhudo have been provided medical treatment at the relief camps set by the navy.
According to a press release issued by the ISPR Navy, a convoy of navy trucks carrying relief goods including 1,000 ration bags and over 300 tents have been dispatched to Sanghar district for the flood-affected families. The flood survivors are also being provided with fresh water. In the last 24 hours, over 1,000 patients have been treated at the medical camps in Tando Bago and Jhudo, whereas the navy’s mobile medical teams have provided treatment to 400 patients. The Pakistan Navy has also dispatched pumps to Sanghar district to drain water from the flood-hit areas.