Japan announced to extend its help for the victims of earthquake

After the incident of an earthquake in Pakistan on Tuesday that killed as many as 30 people, Japan has announced to extend its support for the victims.

According to the details, the help was offered by the ambassador of Japan to Pakistan in a telephonic conversation with General Muhammad Afzal who is the chairman of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA).

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The chairman of the National Disaster Management Authority had thanked the Japanese ambassador for offering the support of the victims of the 5.8 magnitude earthquake. The chairman further said, “We are analyzing the damages right now.”

While the conversation with the Japanese ambassador, the chairman NDMA said that after analyzing the damages caused by the earthquake, the international community will be asked for help and support if needed.

According to the details of the incident, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake jolted several areas of Pakistan and Azad Jammu & Kashmir on Tuesday evening that took lives of almost 30 people. In the incident, more than 450 people have got the injuries so far and immediately shifted to the nearest hospitals for medical treatment.

The main area that has been affected by the strong earthquake was AJK’s Mirpur. As per the details, the cracks on several roads in the Mirpur’s Jatlan area have emerged right after the disaster.

The rescue activities are underway in the affected areas. Several rescue teams and soldiers of Pakistan Army are performing their duties to provide relief to the people who are facing the disastrous situation.

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