Army Establishes Field Hospital In Drought-Hit Tharparkar
Rawalpindi: The relief teams of Pakistan Army on Saturday reached drought-hit Mithi and Tharparker to help the affected population in the areas. The relief effort includes food packs and a field hospitals.
According to Inter-Services Public Intelligence (ISPR), the mouthpiece of Pakistan Army, field hospital has started functioning in Diplo area where doctors are providing healthcare facilities to malnourished and sick. A total of 613 patients were treated in the medical camp on the first day of operation and as many as 10 tons of relief items were distributed among the affected people.
General Officer Commanding Hyderabad Garrison, Major General Inam has been overseeing the ongoing relief operation. He visited the hospitals on Saturday evening and inquired the patients about their health.
The relief camps will also be established in Chachhro, Mithi, Islamkot Nangarparker and Khinsar and the relief efforts will continue till the time crises situation ends. Rangers have also set up relief camps in the drought-affected areas.