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Pak Army helicopters rescued dozens of people trapped in Swat

Pak Army helicopters rescued dozens of people trapped in Swat

  • Pak Army helicopters rescued dozens of people trapped in Swat.
  • Pakistan Army has shifted trapped flood victims in Swat to safe places through helicopters.
  • ISPR said that victims can contact mobile numbers 03091311310, 03235780067, 0945825526.

SWAT: Pak Army helicopters have rescued 110 people trapped in Swat and shifted them to Kanju Cantt.

According to the Inter Services Public Relations Pakistan (ISPR), the Pakistan Army has shifted 110 people trapped in Swat to safe places through helicopters.

In a message released, ISPR said that four army aviation helicopters were dispatched to evacuate people trapped in the flooded railways.

ISPR added that provision of food and necessary medical aid to the rescued persons is continuing while helicopters will be dispatched soon to rescue those stranded on the hills of Kumrat. Looking forward.

Department further added that a flood relief center has also been set up by Deira Scouts, the numbers of Scouts control rooms have also been released.

As per details, ISPR shared details and said that victims can contact mobile numbers 03091311310, 03235780067, 0945825526.

According to the reports, Swat River has again experienced high level flood, destroyed 2 markets with 30 shops in Kalam Bazar.

Due to the flood, the village of Falir in Kalam was wiped out, 15 houses of the village were swept away by the flood.

The district administration has imposed a ban on logging, fishing and bathing in the Swat River.

However, the district administration has arrested 209 persons for violation of Section 144, a huge number of sleepers were seized from wood catchers.

Whereas, floods claimed 119 more lives across the country, taking the toll to 1,033.

According to NDMA report, 71 people were injured in 24 hours across the country, 1033 people lost their lives across the country since June 14, 238 in Balochistan, 226 in KP, 38 in Azad Kashmir.

Meanwhile, 456 men, 207 women and 348 children were killed across the country. The total number of injured has reached 1527 across the country. 282 people were injured in KP, 105 in Punjab, 106 in Balochistan.

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