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RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army on Sunday continued its efforts to douse a fire in a Pine Forest near Shergali in district Sherani of Balochistan province, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said.

PDMA Balochistan in coordination with NDMA is carrying out relief efforts and organising firefighting activities along with the maximum support from Pakistan Army and FC Balochistan.

It said that the fire is mostly on mountain tops away from population centres but continues to spread due to hot weather, inaccessible nature of the terrain and dry winds.

The military’s media wing said that although the population is living eight to 10 kilometers from the fire site, they have shifted 10 families residing in isolated houses to a medical relief camp.

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“A FC Wing and two Army helicopters along with local administration and Levies have been employed in firefighting and relief efforts,” ISPR shared details of firefighting efforts and added that a helicopter is being used to drop water and the other is being used to drop fireballs and fire extinguishing chemicals.

It further added that 400 fire balls, 200 fire suits, blankets, tents, mats and fire extinguishing equipment have been provided by NDMA through FC Balochistan. Army has also transported relief equipment from Lahore to Zhob.

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Nay.aly May 23, 2022 11:42am
The work which is to be done by the BALUCHISTAN & FEDERAL GOVERNMENT is doing by PAKISTAN ARMED FORCES & FC/LEVIES These corrupt IMPORTED GOVERNMENT RULERS RULED this country since 1985 specifically PAKISTAN MONEY LAUNDERING NETWORK PML-N CULPRIT ABSCONDER WANTED LIER BAGORAH EX PRIME MONSTER NAEE BAAZ SHAREER but never ever made any such policies instead of having SUCH EMERGENCY EQUIPMENTS they built Prime Minister House & Motorways Shame on them
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