Following high-level floods in the Sutlej River at two spots, large-scale rescue and evacuation efforts in flood-affected communities in Punjab continued.
According to sources, the Pakistan Army is conducting large-scale relief operations in recent flood-affected districts of Punjab, including Ganda Singhwala, Dhap Sri, Attari, Ghati Kalingar, Aulake, Jamiwala, Kamalpura, Bakarke, and Najabat.
Pakistan Army rescue teams used boats to conduct rescue and transfer operations, while the army rescue teams also handed 16 tonnes of free food to thousands of impacted households.
Ration packs including critical food products such as wheat, lentils, rice, ghee, and milk are still being distributed in various localities including Talwarpul, Thathti Bakshi, and Najabat.
The rescue teams also arranged the necessary medical assistance for the flood victims. Moreover, the relief operations will continue until the flood situation improves and normal life is restored.