ISLAMABAD: Four aircrafts of Pakistani aid will leave for Nepal today. Pakistan has offered Nepal and Hindustan for aid after an intense earthquake in both the countries whereas Inter Services Public Relations of Pakistan Army has said that four C-130 aircrafts will carry aid and special teams to Nepal in order to aid the earthquake affectees.
A statement issued from ISPR yesterday said that Pakistan would send 30 bed hospitals, special search and aid goods along with medical teams and other essential goods to Nepal on Sunday (today) through C-130 aircrafts. The Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif expressed grief with his Nepali counterpart Sushil Koirala on telephone after the deaths of 1200 people by earthquake.
The premier phoned to Sushil Koirala from London and offered manpower in order to help the affectees. According to the Prime Minister House, four Pakistani aid aircrafts would immediately leave for Kathmandu in case of the opening of Nepali airports. The highly-trained search teams of Pakistan Army would leave for Nepal to help and search operation in case of natural disasters.