QUETTA   -  Chief Operating Officer of Rukhsana Foundation Lahore Sajjad Manzoor on Monday said that the devastation caused by floods and rains in areas of Balochistan was beyond imagination. 

He said that besides the government, philan­thropists and international organizations should go ahead and help the victims otherwise a human tragedy might be raised.

He expressed these views while distributing ration among the victims in Khanozai, Killi Zarg­hoon, Killi Turdaman, Killi Khushab, Killi Ni­kanda, Killi Sagi and Killi Balozai area of Pishin district. 

He said that the recent floods and rains had caused widespread destruction in Balochistan, saying that Rukhsana Foundation with the sup­port of Allama Iqbal Medical College Association of North America (APNA) Oklahoma Chapter and Love for Humanity Foundation distributed food items, milk for children, juice, tents, blankets, bat sheets among hundreds of flood victims. He said that the organization would organize a medical camp in Khanozai on October 5 and 6, where free medicines would also be provided to the patients along with examination.

Manzoor said that in this time of trouble, philan­thropists and international organizations should go ahead and help the victims.

On this occasion, the flood victims thanked the Rukhshana Foundation Lahore and the NGOs co­operating with it for providing relief materials. Earlier, Rukhsana Foundation Lahore has distrib­uted relief materials to the victims with the sup­port of Allama Iqbal Medical College Association of North America (APNA) Oklahoma Chapter and Live for Humanity Foundation.