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Pakistan

ONLINE
April 29, 2015
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Pak Army rescue teams at work in Nepal, field hospital established in Bhaktapur

Pak Army rescue teams at work in Nepal, field hospital established in Bhaktapur

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army special rescue teams are busy in search and rescue at earthquake hit areas of Nepal, said an ISPR statement on Wednesday.

According to the Inter Services Public Relations, a Pakistan Army field hospital has also been established in Bhaktapur area of Nepal.

Bhaktapur is the greatest quake-affected area in Kathmandu.

The ISPR further said that Pakistan Army Doctors are treating the injured.



Large areas of Kathmandu were reduced to ruins in Saturday’s huge 7.8-magnitude quake that killed more than 5,000 people across Nepal.

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