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Al-Khidmat Foundation sent relief goods to the victims of LOC

Rawalpindi, 28 November 2016: Al-Khidmat Foundation, National Director Disaster Management Fazal Mahmood said that Al-Khidmat has provided rations, quilts, blankets, tents, medicines and Tarpaulin sheets among Victims of LOC, occupied Kashmir, who are badly affected by Indian aggression.

Al-Khidmat Volunteers team consists of eight members reached with relief team in Mirpur and Barnala. Team leader Mr. Fazal Mahmood, program manager Asmatullah Qureshi and others were included.

We will provide all possible assistance to the victims of occupied Kashmir, said Fazal Mehmood National Director Disaster Management Al-Khidmat Foundation Pakistan.

Al-Khidmat volunteers have distributed relief one hundred and fifty Tents, one hundred and fifty tarpaulins, two hundred blankets, drugs;worth more than 2 lac rupees and 100 winter packages to the victims. Talking to the media on the occasion, Fazal Mahmood said that we will provide all possible assistance to victims in Kashmir.

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AKF Ambulance Service Inaugurated in Fateh Jang

Fateh Jang: The ambulance service of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan (AKF) has been inaugurated in Fateh Jang. An inaugural ceremony was for this purpose was held at a local restaurant in Fateh Jang where a large number of locals and distinguished guests were present.

AKF Fateh Jang President Dr Ijaz also addressed the gathering and briefed the public about social work and community services being carried out by the Alkhidmat Foundation in Pakistan and around the world. He said the ambulance service will be accessible by everyone in Fateh Jang without any discrimination of caste, color, creed or religion.

It may also be noted here that AKF Ambulance Service has been running extensive operations in Pakistan for last several years now and the fleet has been extended to hundreds of ambulances. the ambulance service makes up an important part of AKF’s Disaster Management Program.

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Appeal: Join Alkhidmat Foundation To Support Kashmiris Affected by Indian Firing Along LoC

Muzaffarabad: Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) have been up to unprovoked aggression along the Line of Control (LoC) for last several months, however, the intensity and frequency of such incidents has touched new heights in the month of November.

Civilian population and public sector buildings are the major targets of Indian firing, resulting in deaths of dozens of Kashmiris. Scores of the people have been injured and shifted to hospitals while thousands others living in areas close to the LoC are left with only one option: relocation to the safe areas in Azad Kashmir.

Alkhidmat Foundations’s Response:

The teams of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan (AKF) started rescue and relief operations in all of the affected areas soon at the earliest. The injured are being given the first aid, medicines and extensive treatment at nearest hospitals. Meanwhile, the process of assistance to the people migrating to safe areas is also underway. Specially trained teams and volunteers are busy in relief activities around the clock and are taking every possible measurement to facilitate the affected people in Azad Kashmir.

Urgent Needs:

Alkhidmat Foundation’s volunteers are working hard to rescue and relocate the affected people in all areas located close to the Line of Control (LoC) in Azad Kashmir. Alkhidmat Foundation needs the following items immediately to support the recue and relief operations:

  •  Food Items
  •  Tents/Tarpals
  •  Blankets / Quilts
  • Clean Water
  •  Medicines

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AKF Pakistan Arranges Free Eye Camp in Multan

Multan: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan on Friday arranged a free eye camp in Multan’s Basti Muhammad Pur Ghota Qasim Bela. Over 150 needy and deprived people benefitted from the facilities.

At the eye camp, patients were provided with free-of-cost medicines and check-up facilities. Regional representative of AKF Pakistan Chaudhry Muhammad Zafar also visited the camp and expressed satisfaction towards the provided services.