Chitral scouts distributed relief goods among flood victims.
By: Gul Hamaad Farooqi | SOST TODAY
CHITRAL: Chitral scouts distributed relief goods consisting on food items among the poor people of Ochosh and flood victims of Broze. Major Kaleem of Chitral scouts distributed these things among the people on behalf of Commandant Chitral scouts. Talking to this scribe some local people said that due to present flood although it not hit Ochosh village directly but their business and sources of income were badly disturbed due to blocking of roads.
Major Kaleem also distributed food items among the flood victims of Broze where 2 persons had died and some shops and houses were damaged.
Beneficiaries of relief goods thanked to Chitral scouts and Pakistan Army who providing them meritorious services in this crises and natural calamity.
Commandant Chitral scouts emphasized on all line departments for rendering service to flood victims.
Commandant Chitral scouts Col Naeem Iqbal call emergency meeting of all line departments for rendering services to flood victims of Chitral. Chairing of a high level meeting Col Naeem Iqbal appreciated services of some line departments who facilitating flood victims people who suffering from numerous problems.
He said that some 256 tents have been provided to affected people whose houses were damaged. Similarly some 84 tons rations were also provided them through Army helicopters sorties. As well as 10 tons mineral water supplied to the residents of flood hit areas in 275 trips by Army helicopters.
As well as free medical camp are regularly arranging by doctors of Chitral scouts at different points for free treatment of flood affected people. And 3260 people were provided free medicines in these free medical camps. Some 1100 people were rescued from affected areas he added.
He stressed upon management of Utility stores corporation to ensure provision of all edible things at all sale points as well as in mobile utility stores. He expressed concerned over the poor performance of some departments. Performance of Communication and works, public health engineering, Food department, irrigation Water and Sanitation units were not satisfactory.
Heads and representative of all line departments briefed him about their performance and requirement to overcome the present crises of flood and natural calamity.
Ghulam Rashif of Pesco was directed to remove pole from main bypass road within 2 days. PDMA representative was also directed by Deputy Commissioner Ameenul Haq to regularly set in joint control and coordination center for updating the public about any phenomena.
Role of non local NGOs were also hailed who providing relief goods to affected people of flood.