2nd aircraft from PAF Lahore airbase depart for Islamabad with supply.
The flight will reportedly land in Adana, which is one of Turkey allegedly afflicted regions. For the earthquake-stricken country where the death toll has topped 8,000, a second Pakistan Air Force C-130 Hercules aircraft took off.
Last year, as devastating floods wreaked havoc across the nation of South Asia, Ankara stayed at the forefront of relief efforts.
The Pakistan Army had already sent out an Urban Search and Rescue Team, which is made up of experts. canines that can detect out explosives, equipment for searching, and a medical team that comprises army doctors and nurses. Additionally, a 30-bed mobile hospital as well as tents, blankets, and other relief supplies were delivered.
The brotherly country of Pakistan and the area around it saw one of the biggest calamities in recent memory as the earthquake toppled thousands of structures.
A relief fund was set up by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to aid those affected by a severe earthquake, postponing his recent visit in the process. The formation of the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund for Turkiye Earthquake Victims has been authorised by the Office of the Controller General of Accounts under G-12166.
At a federal cabinet meeting where the decision to create the fund was made, the premier also made a hefty donation appeal for the Turkiye earthquake victims.