COAS orders to provide 5,000 tents to flood victims in Dadu

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RAWALPINDI, Sep 10 (DNA): Chief of Army Staff(COAS) General Qamar Javed
Bajwa visited far-flung areas of interior Sindh in Dadu District on
Saturday.

The COAS spent time with flood affected people in relief and medical
camps. He directed the formation for providing 5,000 tents to
flood-affected people of Dadu and surrounding areas.

The COAS also interacted with troops busy in rescue and relief
activities. Later, COAS was flown for aerial reconnaissance of flood
affected areas of Dadu, Khairpur Nathan Shah, Johi, Meher and Manchar
Lake.

Talking to the media, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa said
that the flood caused a huge devastation in Dadu and adjoining areas.
“The world is helping us. The entire country is helping the flood
victims,” he added.

The COAS said a relief operation is going on in Dadu. “I have visited
Dadu as it suffered a huge destruction. The Manchar and Hamal Lakes that
are 100km from each other have united,” he maintained. DNA