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Helping quake victims: Bahria Town dispatches medical teams

Bahria Town emerge­ncy relief cell has always assure­d earlie­st medica­l relief in the calami­ty

RAWALPINDI: Soon after the news of a devastating earthquake, Bahria Town, keeping up with its past record of helping the nation in time of distress, dispatched teams to earthquake-stricken areas of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.  Special teams consisting of doctors, nurses and mobile medical units, constituted on the instructions of Bahria Town Chairman Malik Riaz Hussain, will provide medical assistance to quake victims in Peshawar and Swat areas, said a statement on Monday. The teams are also carrying emergency medicines and ample supply of food with them. A toll free emergency helpline 0800-00100 has been set up in the emergency control room of the medical relief team where call can be made to get medical help.  Bahria Town emergency relief cell has always assured earliest medical relief in the calamity hit areas needing medical care on emergency basis. Teams of Bahria Town also took an active part in the relief work in the affected areas of the earthquake in 2005.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 27th, 2015.

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