KARACHI - Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) on Sunday said that the Party had sent more than Rs 23 million worth relief items for the victims of Balochistan earthquake during the last four days. Addressing the press conference held at Kidmat-e-Khalq Foundation (KKF) office, MQM Rabita Committee member and Managing Trustee of KKF, Shoaib Ahmed Bukhari said that during the relief operation, MQM had sent 6 containers to the quake-victims of Balochistan which contain food items, medicine, blankets, camps, generators, surgical items, juices and other necessary items. "Another consignment of the food taken by Ali Muhammad Barohi consists on 960 blankets." He said that 20 doctors, 30 members of paramedical staff, and volunteers of MQM were performing their duties to help the quake victims. Bukhari said that KKF was serving the people of affected areas as per resources of the Party. He urged the masses and philanthropists to donate generously in this hour of need. To a query why MQM has not set up relief camps in City for the quake victims, he responded that due to target killing of their workers MQM could not set up their relief camps in the City. MQM Rabita Committee member Tariq Mir, trustee KKF Dr Arshad Vohra and others also spoke on the occasion.