Bannu: Jamat ud Dawah’s caravan consisting of ten trucks carrying relief goods has reached Bannu, which will cater for two thousand families’ food, tents, and other basic necessities. JuD’s relief teams in Sayedgai, Bakkakhel, and Bannu provide cooked food for more than eight thousand people daily, while four medical teams in different areas are providing treatment to patients. JuD’s local representative, Atiq ur Rahman Chauhan has assured that FIF is with its brothers in this time of crisis.
FIF’s doctors and volunteers have been actively participating in the relief process for IDPs that have been displaced from North Waziristan. Mobile medical camps have also been set up for patients, in addition to mobile operation theatres and ambulance services.
Atiq ur Rahman Chauhan said that the caravan of relief goods sent by Prof. Hafiz Saeed, head of Jamat ud Dawah, had reached Bannu on Friday. As part of the Ramadan project, FIF will distribute ten thousand food packs beforehand. Five survey teams are registering the IDPs and giving them ration cards. The relief items and supply are coming from all over Pakistan. Until the IDPs totally recover from their difficulties, FIF will not cease to assist them in the spirit of brotherhood and humanity.