Worker of Rescue 1122 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) is bagging appreciation for rescuing a cat from the river bank. A video of the Rescue 1122 worker risking his life to save the cat is circulating on social media.
It shows a Rescue 1122 worker hanging on the iron ropes crossing the gushing flooded river to rescue the cat in Lower Kohistan. Since then, the video is receiving international attention on social media. The rescue worker is praised for exhibiting extreme commitment towards his job. KP Rescue 1122 shared the video on its Twitter account.
“Rescue 1122 not only saved human beings in the recent flood but Rescue 1122 also saved speechless creatures. Yes, Rescue 1122 personnel riskily moved the cat to a safe place on the river bank during the Bhapre flood relay and river flooding in Kayal Badshagai,” said Rescue 1122 KP in its tweet.
ریسکیو1122 نہ حالیہ سیلاب میں نہ صرف انسانوں کو بچایا بلکہ بے زبان جانداروں کو بچانے کےلیے بھی ریسکیو1122
جی ہاں ریسکیو1122 کے جوان نے کیال بادشاگئی میں بھپرے سیلابی ریلے اور دریا میں طغیانی کے دوران پرخطر اندازمیں بلی کو دریا کنارے محفوظ مقام پرمنتقل کیا#FloodReliefOperations pic.twitter.com/YnIZlwtlBS
— KP_Rescue1122 (@KPRescue1122) August 30, 2022
Netizens hailed rescue workers as heroes amid the devastating floods hitting almost one-third of Pakistan.
More than a thousand people have lost their lives; at least 30 million people are affected by the ravaging floods in Pakistan. Rescue 1122 and army officers taking part in rescue operations are appreciated for performing the overwhelming task of rescuing people from flooded areas and shifting them to safe places. Twitter is brimmed with images and videos of risky rescue operations carried out across Pakistan.
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Netizens believe amid the unprecedented catastrophe, workers on rescue missions are setting examples of humanity. They demand extra rewards for these rescue workers who are risking their lives to save the citizens.
Not all heroes wear capes: Rescuer in #Pakistan saves a cat’s life, as country struggles with apocalyptic floods. One third of Pakistan now underwater, > 1,300 killed, entire areas wiped out, millions displaced: pic.twitter.com/Q2q7TjrU4o
— Joyce Karam (@Joyce_Karam) August 31, 2022
International media outlets, including BBC, are broadcasting footages of relief and rescue operations in Pakistan. The people of Pakistan have donated relief goods and donations in humongous amounts for rehabilitation of the flood victims. The international community is also taking part and urging people to donate generously to the relief operations in Pakistan.