ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Navy (PN) has so far rescued a total of 174,215 personnel and distributed 728,126 kilograms of food/relief goods to flood-affected areas. According to PN sources, Navys efforts were relocated to downstream provinces of Sindh and Punjab on August 3, in response to the crises. It had mobilised all possible resources including Aircrafts, Hovercrafts, Boats and large number of PN personnel in order to promptly respond to emerging flood situation and provide search and rescue facilities in coordination with the (National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and PDMA. For smooth execution of the operation, the PN endeavoured to evenly distribute its resources in all three provinces and managed to reach maximum affected population in quickest possible time. In pursuance of this objective, the PN, so far has generated a total of 174 air sorties for evacuation of affected populace and distribution of tons of foods and logistics in all effected areas. In addition to extensive air operations, 03 Hovercrafts and 129 Boats along with 750 personnel are also taking part in overall Flood Relief operation in Sindh, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Pakistan Navy is also maintaining number of relief camps in all three provinces, where large number of families have been accommodated and are being provided with food and medical facilities. In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan Navy medical camps have been established at Pabbi, Nissata and Charsadda. So far large number of patients have been provided with medical treatment and free of cost medicines. In addition, a large number of stitched clothes have also been distributed in camps established in various areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Pakistan Navy is committed to stand shoulder to shoulder with other national organisations in order to provide relief to people in the flood-effected areas of all three provinces.