Army helicopter with six officers together with Quetta Corps Commander goes missing

RAWALPINDI: A Pakistan army aviation helicopter that was on flood relief operations in Lasbela, Balochistan lost contact with the Air traffic control (ATC) with six people on board together with Commander twelve Corps Lt. Gen. Sarfraz Ali, told by an official handout issued by the ISPR.

Army Helicopter Missing:

ISPR tweeted that a Pakistan army aviation helicopter that was on flood relief operations in Lasbela, Balochistan lost contact with air traffic control (ATC).

Gen Sarfraz supervised flood relief operations in Balochistan. The search operation is underway to find the missing people immediately.

The Pakistan Army, Frontier Corps, and Pakistan Navy are conducting rescue operations within the province after deadly floods wreaked mayhem there killing a minimum of 132 folks.

According to the newest PDMA report, many roads and bridges were washed away by floods disconnecting Lasbela and Sindh.

The defense force teams’ rescue and relief operations were underway across the country together with the flood-hit areas of Balochistan because the province’s rate from devastating floods rose to one hundred forty-nine including forty-six children on Mon.

According to a report given by the Provincial Disaster Management Authority, a complete of 13,535 homes have been broken or are partly damaged because of the continued serious rains and floods whereas 430 folks and 24,000 cows have died during the flooding.

The rains and flood have additionally severely affected six highways covering 640 kilometers.

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Army helicopter with six officers together with Quetta Corps Commander goes missing

Earlier on Monday, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif reviewed relief efforts in Balochistan and ordered authorities to distribute compensation cash to those stricken by the floods within twenty-four hours.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif additionally issued the directive throughout his visit to the tent town established within the Khusnob area of Qila Saifullah district to accommodate the flood-affected folks.

Prayers pour in

As the reports of the helicopter’s disappearance revealed, many key figures expressed concern and prayed for the protection of all those on board.

While expressing “great concern” over the incident, President Arif Alvi prayed for the protection of the passengers, in step with a tweet from the Presidency’s official account.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif expressed interest in the disappearance of the military helicopter.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif wrote in his tweet that the complete nation is praying to Allah Almighty for the protection, security, and come back of those sons of the country who were out to facilitate the flood victims.

The former prime minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan in a tweet said that the worrisome news of the army aviation helicopter missing and praying for all those on board.

The former foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said in his tweet that the entire nation is upset regarding the news of the disappearance of the military aviation helicopter. He also said that we tend to pray to Allah that each one of the travelers is safe.

PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry additionally prayed for the protection and recovery of the military officers and wrote in his tweet that he encompasses a brotherly bond with Lt info Sarfaraz Ali.

In a tweet, Punjab Chief Minister Parvez Elahi wrote that I’m praying for the passengers. May Allah defend all army officers on board.

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Other politicians, officialdom, and folks belonging to completely different walks of life echoed a similar sentiment and prayed for the protection and early recovery of the military officers.

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