100 flood-hit families return home from camps in Karachi

Ration and cash were distributed among the victims by SSU and JDC welfare organisation

APP October 04, 2022
Badar Bibi, 29, a flood victim who's ailing 6-year-old son died at the relief camp she and her family were taking refuge at, sits in the camp following rains and floods during the monsoon season in Sehwan, Pakistan September 9, 2022. PHOTO: REUTERS


On the directives of Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sindh Ghulam Nabi Memon, arrangements of sending the flood victims back to their homes from the residential camps of Karachi commenced on Tuesday as the life started to return to normalcy in some areas of Sindh.

The Security Division had started a special shuttle bus service for flood victims on behalf of Sindh Police to transport them to their native areas, said a press release issued here.

In the first phase, three buses of the Special Security Unit (SSU) boarding more than 100 families were dispatched to the districts of Mehar and Shahdadkot.

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Ration and cash were distributed among the victims by SSU and a private welfare organization JDC, respectively, so that the victims do not face any problem after returning home.

Speaking on the occasion, DIGP Security and Emergency Services Division Dr Maqsood Ahmed said the services of the Sindh Police were unforgettable in this difficult time.

Sindh Police would continue its services till the complete rehabilitation of the victim, he added.


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