Japan extends help for the earthquake victims.
On Wednesday, Japan extended support to the victims of the devastating earthquake of 5.8 that hit many parts of Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir—AJK.
The help was extended by the Japanese ambassador of Pakistan in a telephonic conversation with the Chairman National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA)—Lt. General Muhammad Afzal.
The chairman NDMA extended thanks to the Japanese ambassador for providing help for the earthquake victims and said that they are analysing the damages right now.
Lt. General Muhammad Afzal said that after analysing the damages left behind by the quake, the international community would be asked for help if needed.
The strong earthquake of 5.8-magnitude has brought disasters to the various parts of Azad Jammu and Kashmir as the death toll surged to 30 while more than 450 reported getting injured so far.
The information minister of the AJK told media that the related authorities have taken immediate steps for giving relief to the affected people other than analysing the damages and casualty rate after the strong earthquake.
A strong quake shook the capital city, Peshawar, Lahore and its suburban parts on the evening of Tuesday.
Tremors were felt in the different cities for 10 seconds which includes Pasrur, Kot Momin, Sangla Hills, Murree, Jhelum and Kala Bagh.
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