Army establishes relief camps for drought-affected people

Lahore- Pakistan Army has established seven relief camps in Lahore and Sheikhupura to help the draught-affected people of Tharparkar. People can donate cash, food items and medicines at these camps. Army has already dispatched daily use items to Tharparkar. Medical camps are already serving people ...

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