People still desperately need basic amenities: Gilani’s forum

Srinagar, September 21, 2014 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani reiterating his appeal has said that the devastation and destruction by recent floods is so huge that still there are some people who are desperate and in need of basic necessities to sustain their life.

The spokesman of his forum in a statement said a delegation headed by Altaf Ahmad Shah would visit to Islamabad to take stock of relief work and assess the damage done by recent floods. Teams from Central Relief Committee headed by Dr. Naseem Gilani visited many areas including Madina Colony, Alloochi Bagh and Bagander Nowgam where they distributed the relief goods.

A medical team headed by Dr. G. M. Ganie also visited the flood hit township of Pampora and besides providing medical relief to the victims, also educated them of preventive measures to avoid the spread of diseases especially waterborne. Large number of public delegations visited Central Relief Committee headquarters at Hyderpora in Srinagar.

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