KARACHI - The Army continues the rescue of marooned people in the rain affected areas of northern Sindh.
It said that over 3,800 people along with their cattle and personal belongings have been rescued so far to the safer places from the flooded areas of Kashmore including Badani, Raees Atta Ullah Bhutto village, Meva Khan, Kot Omer Bhutto, Bakhsha Pur.
Dewatering pumps, vehicles and machinery is being used extensively to bring back life to normal.
Army troops have also installed de watering pumps in Tehsil Kandkot to clear the area from accumulated rain water.
Similarly, rescue and relief activities are now in full swing at flooded areas of Jacobabad and Ghotki.
Army troops rescued 2,500 people from the flood affected areas Tehsil Thul and surrounding areas of Baho Khoso.
Army has also established a tent village in collaboration with local administration where cooked meals, clean drinking water and medicines have been provided to the affected.