Current rains and flood have wreaked havoc across the country. In this critical time motorway police will leave no stone unturned to extend help to the people affected by this disaster. These views were expressed by the Inspector General, National Highways & Motorway Police, Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema while issuing the directions to all DIsG and SSsP regarding recent flood disaster in the country. The I.G Zulfiqar Cheema directed all NH&MP officers to visit the affected areas and contribute ongoing relief activities. He further directed to render help in the process of evacuation of the people and livestock from troubled area. The Inspector General passed directions to provide dry food and clean water to the effectives. He also directed to ensure free flow of traffic on flood effected national highways. Following the directions, the officers of motorway police have started the relief work in affected areas.
Upon the directions of Inspector General Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema the following steps were taken to mitigate the sufferings of flood victims. The officers of National Highways & Motorway Police carried out relief activities with enthusiasm. A flood relief Medical Camp is established under the supervision of SSP Mirza Faran Baig at Jhelum Toll Plaza. Free medical treatment and medicines are being provided to the affectees of Shanti Nagar, Bela and surrounding villages. Meal was arranged for the victims at Jhelum Toll Plaza and food boxes were distributed in the vicinity. The officers rendered help in the process of evacuation of the people and livestock from troubled area. As many as 600 bags of food containing rice, floor, pulses, milk, biscuits, ghee and sugar were distributed among the affectees. Tents were fixed to provide shelter for the families affected by recent flood. Relief activities are also initiated at Wazirabad and surrounding areas under the supervision of SSP Munir Masood Marath. NH&MP has setup relief camps and provided meal and food items to the flood effected people there. These steps taken by motorway police were highly appreciated by the residents.