Special prayers held for Kashmir at Dargah Hazrat Khwaja Nizamuddin
Kishtwar: A special prayers was held by spiritual head’s today at Dargah Hazrat Khwaja Nizamuddin, Delhi for flood hit area Srinagar and have dispatched relief for Kashmir.
In Kishtwar district also rescue and relief Consignments continued under the close supervision of DC Kishtwar Mr. Mohd Javed Khan in coordination with Kishtwar based NGOS, to the flood hit victims in Kashmir valley. Several trucks loaded with essential commodities including baby food, 2000 blankets, rice, water, medicine, baby food, kerosene oil, LPG Cylinders, clothes were sent today to valley via the solitary route Kishtwar-Sinthan.
Earlier Kishtwar sinthan road was restored in record time and so far as district administration has managed the safe rescue and travel of about 1130 flood hit victims of district Kishtwar and other neighboring districts like Doda, Ramban, besides 452 non-locals of all other states of India.
The relief camps have been set at different places like Kishtwar town, Chatroo, and at Sinthan Potato Farm. The rescue task force teams comprised of several district officers headed by ACD Kishtwar Mr. Yasir Zager left today for Srinagar with consignments of essential commodities including vegetables and medicine etc and also for the identification of Kishtwar based stranded flood effected victims and their transportation back to Kishtwar and other adjoining districts.
In the meantime Patwar association Kishtwar and relief from many areas including Sarthal, Malik Nar, Kuchal, Sigdi, Kuriya, Chatroo, Zeydhar, Kishtwar, Baitul Maal Moharwari, Yateem Foundation Kishtwar, left for Srinagar under the guidance of DDC Kishtwar with 600 rice bags, milk, baby food, Soybean, mineral water, candells, oil etc.
Moreover district administration of Kishtwar has managed the safe passage of 27 trucks with essential commodities and 40 oil tankers via Sinthan road to Srinagar.
While dispatching relief loaded vehicles and volunteer to Kashmir DDC Kishtwar Mr. Mohd Javed Khan assured on the behalf of district administration, NGOS, and all the people of Kishtwar to send more and more relief material to flood victims in the valley.