Pakistan navy provides emergency rations via helicopter to flood-affected families in gwadar district

Gwadar, In response to the unprecedented rainfall and flooding in Gwadar, Ormara, and nearby villages in Balochistan, the Pakistan Navy has been actively engaged in rescue and relief operations through “Operation Madad” over the past three days. Today, after receiving information from local sources about stranded families requiring immediate assistance, the Pakistan Navy swiftly mobilized to deliver rations via helicopter.

According to Pakistan Navy, relief efforts involved coordination with local teams and helicopter sorties to air-drop ration bags to people in the flood-affected areas of Muradi, Dando, Kulanch, and other isolated villages in Gwadar District. The Navy’s Seaking helicopters carried out multiple flights to ensure that essential supplies reached the hundreds of families stranded due to accumulated floodwater.

The Pakistan Navy has a history of supporting coastal communities during crises and has pledged to continue rescue operations until the situation normalizes. This prompt response to local calls for aid underscores the Navy’s strong ties with coastal communities and its commitment to providing assistance whenever needed.

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