The recent rains coupled with floods have devastated a large area of Sindh and thousands of PTCL employees and their families have been displaced from their homes and have lost their belongings.
PTCL in order to ease the suffering of its employees and their families in rain and flood-affected areas is acting involved in providing them relief and work on their rehabilitation.
In this hour of need, PTCL has extended its initial support to them in the form of essential food items and medicines and has launched its emergency relief operations for its employees and their families across Sindh.
According to available details, relief bags have been distributed among the affected employees of Badin, Tando Muhammad Khan, Tando Allah Yar, Tharparker, Sanghar, Nawabshah and Larkana. The medical centers at Latifabad, Kotri, Mirpur Khas, Nawabshah and Larkana have been converted into flood relief medical camps while three mobile medical units are also providing medical care to the people of remote flood affected areas.
PTCL has ensured that these camps and doctors are well equipped so that the maximum numbers of employees and their families benefit.
SEVP HR and ADMIN Syed Mazhar Hussain has expressed his sympathies for the affected members of the PTCL family in Sindh and has assured the organizations help and support to do the best possible for early recovery and rehabilitation of the affected employees. He hoped that the efforts and contribution by PTCL would help in providing relief to the effected member of the PTCL family.PTCL management will stand by its people in these crucial times and continue to provide them with all possible assistance, when and wherever required.
PTCL aslo launches Dengue Awareness Campaign
According to available details, Pakistan Telecommunication Company limited has launched a comprehensive dengue awareness campaign regarding preventive measures against dengue virus in all the exchanges and colonies of PTCL.
The PTCL management has also directed all hospitals on its panels to provide best medical facilities to its employees and their family members admitted with dengue fever. All PTCL health centers are also on red alert to treat the employees suffering from dengue fever during early stage. Contact numbers of PTCL’s medical officials have also been shared with the employees and emergency transport facility has been ensured so that immediate remedial measures could be taken at the earliest to save the lives of the employees.
All exchanges and staff colonies are being sprayed with pesticides and fogging machines are being used to reduce the chance of dengue virus. Emergency committees and representatives from within PTCL have been formed headed by a team of qualified doctors of PTCL to deliver lectures on preventive measures against dengue virus at different locations.
Following its policy of employee welfare, PTCL continues to develop and implement various welfare programmes for its employees across the country. As an organisation, PTCL believes that its real strength and assets are its employees.