Pakistan Air Force Participates Actively In Ongoing Rescue/Relief Operation In Flood Affected Areas Of Sindh
Islamabad: Pakistan Air Force has actively started the rescue and relief operations for the flood affectees of Sindh Province. A Crisis Control Cell has been established at Air Headquarters Islamabad to centrally control the rescue and relief activities. Additionally, Collection Points have been established at all PAF Bases to collect relief goods and donations for the affectees.
PAF would also voluntarily airlift relief goods donated by charity / welfare organizations by its C130 aircraft free of charge to the rain affected areas. PAF Helicopters and Boats have been positioned at flood affected districts of Sindh to carryout rescue and relief operations. Medical Camps are also being established at various locations to provide emergency medical facilities to the affected people. PAF employees have contributed two days salary as donation for the flood affected people.
For more information, contact:
Air Commodore Tariq Qamar Yazdanie TI (M)
Director Media Affairs
Pakistan Air Force
Tel: 051-9507751 and 051-9261300