All political and religious parties have shown their deep concern for the earthquake affectees, and set-up collection camps at different places throughout the city. They are also sending relief items trucks to the affected areas.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has established 15 relief camps, and will add five more camps. PTI has sent five trucks loaded with various relief items to the affected areas.
Tanzeem Al-Madaris (Ahle Sunnat) Pakistan’s Patron Dr. Muhammad Sarfraz Naeemi has asked people to contribute substantially to the relief cause, and have set-up a relief camp at Chowk Naemia (Chowk Garhi Shahu).
Chairman Sindh National Front Sardar Mumtaz Ali Khan Bhutto has announced Rs 1 lac, and asked the parliamentarians to contribute one-year pays to relief funds.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan has established relief camps throughout the city. JUP has also sent a medical team – comprising three doctors and five volunteers – to Hajeera, 150 Km off Muzaffarabad, for three days along with medicines. JUP leaders have asked its workers to contribute substantially.
The Khaksar Tehreek has sent 15 trucks loaded with commodities to the affected areas from various cities of the Punjab, and has established a big relief camp at Icchra Mor.
Jamat-ud-Dawa has despatched 10 trucks, loaded with food, medicine, tent and warm clothes to the affected areas.
Jamiat Ahl-e-Hadith Pakistan has established relief camps through out the country.