QUETTA – Pakistan Army rescued several Hindu Yatries from flooded water through helicopters on Sunday and shifted them to safe places who were trapped in flood water at Shuran near Gandawa area of Balochistan.

The rescue operation was conducted as Balochistan Chief Minister directed the local administration and security forces to take measures for ensuring protection of the flood victims.

The personnel of Pakistan Army, Frontier Corps (FC), Levies Force and Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) took part in the operation under the supervision of Deputy Commissioner Jhal Magsi Muhammad Ramzan Palal, Deputy Commissioner Kachhi Sultan Ahmed and FC Colonel.

The rescue teams rescued several Hindu Yatries from flood water through three helicopters of Pak Army.

Leader of Shuran Panchayat Suraj Kumar and other members of Hindu Community thanked the Balochistan Chief Minister, Pak Army, FC and Levies Force official on taking immediately measures to rescue the Hindu Yatries from flood water.