RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army has increased the number of medical camps for the treatment of people in drought-hit areas of Tharparkar.
According to an ISPR spokesman here, the total number of medical camps is now six which have been established in Mithi, Islamkot, Diplo, Nagarparkar, Chachro and Khniser.
Army medical teams including lady doctors and child specialists are working and have treated 3,479 patients during last three days. 110 tons of ration has been distributed so far.
He informed that senior military officials are constantly supervising the relief activities.