Chairman NDMA Lt General Inam Haider Malik has dispatched three tons of emergency relief consignment to Turkey and Syria through PAF C-130 on orders of Prime Minister Shehbaz Shareef. The confirmed death toll across the two countries has soared above 4,300 after a swarm of strong tremors near the Turkiye-Syria border — the largest of which measured at a massive 7.8-magnitude.
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On the instructions of Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir, the Pakistan Army has also dispatched two contingents; Urban Search and Rescue Team for the relief activities in Turkiye.
According to details, the Army teams comprise rescue experts, sniffer dogs, a Medical team, Army doctors, nursing staff, and technicians along with 30 bedded mobile hospital.
Furthermore, the teams are also carrying relief goods including tentage, blankets and others for the earthquake victims in Turkiye.
Source: ARY NEWS