Dr. Mushtaq Mangat also visited the relief camp set up for flood affected people in Balochistan

Alkhidmat has so far spent more than seven and and half crore rupees on the relief operation for the flood victims.

Islamabad, August 18, 2022: Alkhidmat Foundation Vice President Dr. Mushtaq Mangat met Director Planning and Coordination of Provincial Disaster Management Authority Amanullah in Balochistan.

Provincial President of Alkhidmat Foundation Jameel Kurd and Abdullah were also present on this occasion. Director PDMA Balochistan Amanullah mentioned the problems of people after record breaking floods in Balochistan for 30 years. Vice President Alkhidmat Foundation Dr. Mushtaq Mangat pointed out that haphazard planning for too long is fatal in Pakistan.

It is the major reason for the annual occurrence of floods. Ensuring Alkhidmat’s continued support for flood-affected families in Balochistan and other parts of the country, he stressed that “flood control requires a solution that is sustainable and based on professionalism.

Dr. Mushtaq Mangat, Vice President of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan visited the relief camp established for the flood victims in Balochistan. It should be remembered that Alkhidmat Foundation started rescue and relief work immediately after the situation caused by heavy rains.

In the relief camp, where cooked food is being prepared for the victims through a kitchen set up on one side, the supply of dry ration is also going on. Apart from this, 50 medical campuses have been set up where more than 9,000 patients have been examined and free medicines have been provided.

Due to the destruction of the water channel, there was a huge problem of clean drinking water, for which clean drinking water is also being provided. Dr. Mushtaq Mangat said on this occasion that people have been badly affected by the recent rains, crops have been destroyed and people’s houses and livestock have been damaged. I step forward to help our suffering brothers and sisters.

Alkhidmat Foundation has so far distributed 9,955 food packages, 656 pots of cooked food, 357 tents and 2232 tarpaulins to the flood victims.

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