KATHMANDU: Pakistani aid to earthquake affectees reached Nepal on Saturday as two Pakistani C-130 planes landed in Kathmandu.
It was third consignment of aid to the earthquake hit country. The aid included tents, medicines and other items. National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) staff was also reached Nepal along with the aid goods.
A team of eight Pakistani doctors are also accompanied with the NDMA staff.
As the Pakistani aid arrived in Nepal Pakistan military attache Colonel Syed Abbass was also present on the Pari Bhawan Airport.