QUETTA    -   Jaffarabad Deputy Commis­sioner Abdul Razzaq Khajak on Thursday said that no in­ternational organisations, in­cluding UNHCR were directly engaged in the flood-hit Jaf­farabd district. “Government utilizing its limited resources trying its best to provide re­lief to the calamity hit people, however neither tents nor any kind of other relief materials had been provided by the UN and other international or­ganization in Jaffarabad,” he said while talking to Forum for Dignity Initiatives (FDI) head Uzma Yaqoob during her visit to flood-stricken areas. The deputy commissioner said that no breach had been made towards Sindh from Balo­chistan, however flood water diverted towards Balochistan by closing the gates of Sindh from Garang distributary. “The city of Osta Mohammad will be submerged if Garang dis­tributary breached,” he feared. On the directives of Chief Sec­retary Balochistan Abdul Aziz Aqeeli, attention was being paid to the issues of rehabilita­tion. The head of FDI Pakistan Uzma Yaqoob on the occa­sion discussed the measures taken by the government and international and local non-governmental organizations in the flood-affected areas of Jafarabad. Besides, the prob­lems of women and children in the affected areas were also discussed. Deputy Commis­sioner Jafarabad said that the areas of Sindh were located at a high altitude, so a crack could not be made from Jafarabad to Jacobabad.