KARACHI - The relief and rescue operations continued by the Pakistan Army troops in the flood affected areas of Sindh and Balochistan.An ISPR press release here on Thursday said that Pakistan Army has deployed over 1,000 troops to rescue the flood affectees and de-water the flash flood areas of Jampur, Kashmor, Kandkot, Jacobabad and Ghotki. It said that the Army troops have rescued over 3,681 flood affectees to safer places through MI-17 and boats at native areas of Kashmore, Badani, village Raees Atta Ullah Bhutto, Meva Khan, Kot Omer Bhutto and Bakhsha Pur, Jampur. Army engineers have plugged the breach, which occurred at Pat Feeder Canal at Dera Murad Jamali. Army Aviation has dropped 1,000 ration packs in areas around Rojhan and Rajanpur.Army has established a mobile field hospital at Dera Murad Jamali to treat the affectees.Govt committed to early identification of victims: ministerThis news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 14-Sep-2012 here.