ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Army is actively involved in the rescue and relief operations across the country. An update on Operation Labbaik issued by the ISPR on Sunday said that Army troops have rescued 300 people from Jati near Thatta and 47 stranded people from Khairpur Nathan to safer place. The Army has air-dropped seven tons of rations by helicopters in inundated areas of Sindh and 20 tons of relief goods were distributed in Armys relief camps at Jati, the update said. Another two C-130 planes carrying relief goods reached Quetta for further distribution in Dera Murad Jamali. A special train will carry back the flood-affected people from relief camps at Quetta to Dera Murad Jamali on Monday. The Army has also distributed 3,500 tons of rations from its own quota among the flood-affected people and provided 6.6 million packets of cooked food.