Pak Army gifts relief goods to family of eight-year-old boy Ahmed Marri
Ahmad, a boy from the inundated village of rural Sindh has now been helped by the Pakistan Army.
Some army personnel visited Ahmed’s family in their village. They provided tents and relief goods to the flood-affected family.
Ahmed, who is a student of class one, was excited to see reporters around and told them about the problems faced by people in his village.
Earlier he was pleading in the video, angry over the death of his favorite rooster due to poisonous water. He was demanding action from Bilawal Bhutto, asking him to provide clean drinking water.
Pakistan Army has now cleaned the area and presented gifts to his family as a consolation for their loss.