LAHORE - In order to take a firsthand look at ongoing relief work, KESC CEO, Tabish Gauhar visited the care camp set up by KESC in Thatta . The purpose of the visit was to review the relief work as well as raise the spirits of the flood survivors and tend encouragement to the KESC employees who are running the KESC relief camps set up in Thatta and adjacent areas. Tabish Gauhar met the people living in the camp city, shared Eid greetings and inquired about the relief services being provided to them. He also issued instructions for improvement in maintenance of the tents and ensuring continuous supply of clean drinking water to prevent diseases. KESC has made special arrangements to provide shelter, food, medical care, electricity and purified water supply to IDPs in Thatta and adjacent towns of Sajjawal, Sunda, Challian and four camps in Karachi. KESC is running one of the biggest corporate flood relief operations in the country, to provide relief to about 30,000 IDPs. So far, KESC has provided 3,000 tents, 40 trucks of food packages, 7 trucks of daily usage items like mosquito nets, floor mats and utensils, 2 water purification plants and free medical treatment to thousands of affected persons.