Hold in there, army is coming to pull you out!


During a rescue operation in Jehlum, Pakistan Army troops pulled 89 people out of the debris of houses, which were collapsed due to heavy rains.

The ISPR has said that Army Aviation helicopters and special boats are busy in rescuing the flood victims in different areas.

According to details, Pakistan Army’s rescue operation is continued in full swing in flood-affected areas, during which army helicopters and special boats are busy rescuing the trapped people.

The ISPR spokesperson told that eight choppers of the Pak-Army’s Aviation Wing and more than 80 boats are busy rescuing the flood-victims in Gujranwala, Sialkot, Rawalpindi, Head Marala, Mandi Bahauddin, Khanki and Qadirabad.

Pak Army troops have rescued hundreds of trapped people so far and shifted them to safer places including the elderly ones, women and children.

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