Indian propaganda rejected: Nepal army chief praises relief activities of Pakistan
Pakistan is efforting at maximum to carry on relief activities for the victims of earthquake in Nepal. Nepal army chief praised relief activities of Pakistan while foreign secretary Aezaz Chaudhry rejected Indian propaganda for mixing cow meat in the food distributed amongst the quake victims in Nepal.
Aezaz Chaudhry while briefing media for ongoing relief activities in quake-hit Nepal said that wide-scale destruction and casualties were occurred post strong earthquake in Nepal which claimed more than 6600 lives and affected thousands.
He said that local and foreign funds were being collected under PM relief fund established by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for Nepal victims.
Aezaz Chaudhry said that teams of doctors and engineers arrived in Nepal while 93 Pakistanis were taken back from the affected Nepal. Aezaz Chaudhry rejected Indian propaganda for mixing cow meat in the food distributed amongst the quake victims as such allegations could not stop them to stop relief activities for 35 lakh victims in Nepal. His stance was also supported by Nepali ambassador to Pakistan.
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