In Pictures: Pakistan Army search, rescue & relief efforts in quake-hit Nepal
RAWALPINDI (92 News) – Pakistan Army special rescue teams are engaged in carrying out search, rescue and relief activities at the earthquake hit areas of Nepal.
According to the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Wednesday, Pakistan Army doctors are busy in treating injured at the Pakistan Army Field Hospital at Bakhtapur, the most affected area due to earthquake in Khatmandu.
Earlier on Tuesday, two C-130 aircraft carrying relief goods for the quake victims of Nepal arrived in Kathmandu on Tuesday. This was the second consignment of relief goods from Pakistan to Nepal.
The relief goods included ration and medicines. Special equipment used in search operation as well as teams of engineers and medical staff have also been sent to the quake affected country.