Azad Kashmir: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Secretary General Dr Mushtaq Ahmad Mangat visited the hospital in Kotli to enquire about the health of the people injured by firing of Indian border forces along Line of Control in Azad Kashmir. He spent some time with the victims and afterwards also distributed Food Packages among LoC-affected families.
Sindh: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Sindh chapter has disbursed interest-free loan among 37 small traders. According to details, a total of PKR 1,295,000 were distributed among the beneficiaries under Mawakhat Program.
Azad Kashmir: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan distributed emergency relief goods among the families affected by Indian firing at areas located along Line of Control in Azad Kashmir. As many as 100 Food Packages, 100 quilts and 100 tarpaulins were distributed in district Hattian Bala on the occasion.
Lahore: The central executive committee of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has taken a notice and expressed deep grief on the reports regarding destruction and casualties in parts of Baluchistan due to heavy rains and flood-like situation. AKFP has immediately kicked off a disaster management and relief operation in the affected areas to make an assessment of the losses incurred. Initially rescue teams have reached Quetta, Noshki, Khuzdar, Pishin, Ziarat, Qila Abdullah and surrounding areas. The reports suggest that more than 300 houses have been completely destroyed and 4 people have died while dozens have sustained serious injuries. People have been forced to spend their lives under the open sky as a result of the massive destruction. Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan calls on the generous people from around the world to come forward and make donations to support the flood-affected people in this difficult time.