By: Fauzi Suhaimi
KUANTAN, January 3rd, 2022 – Post-flood rescure mission which is moved by National Anti-drugs Agency (NADA) through NADA’s Anti-drugs Squad spreads out through entire country specifically in badly affected states caused by the catastrophe.
The initiative is one of the corporate social responsibilities in effort to help and ease the burden faced by flood victims following the continuous heavy rain within 24 hours since last December 17th, 2021. The early phase of this post-flood rescue humanity mission by NADA’s Anti-drugs Squad is done around Kuala Lumpur and Selangor especially in Klang, Shah Alam and Hulu Langat areas.
Nevertheless, following the flood event which has occured in several states and based on the value of care and humanity, NADA’s Anti-drugs Squad immediately spreads out for post-flood vounteering works.
For Anti-drugs Squad in Seberang Prai Tengah Pulau Pinang, though the area is not affected by flood, community service remains being carried out in which Anti-drugs Squad in that area is moved to affected states such as Bentong, Pahang and Taman Sri Muda, Shah Alam, Selangor.
Meanwhile, NADA Kedah’s Anti-drugs Squad also takes the initiative in joining to carry out the post-flood rescue mission in Temerloh, Pahang which is also joined by YB Dato’ Sri Dr Haji Ismail bin Haji Mohamed Said, Deputy Minister of Home Affairs I.
“Today, I am together with Anti-drugs Squad work on cleaning operation in two religious’ schools in Temerloh, Pahang which are affected by second wave of flood.
“Besides that, aid in terms of necessities is also distributed to 300 families including monetary aid for the orphans, converts and teachers of Kelas al-Quran and Fardhu Ain (KAFA),” he says.
He mentions the matter while being interviewed by AADK News’ crews in Temerloh, Pahang today.
Also joining the post-flood rescue mission is NADA’s General Director, Tuan Sutekno Ahmad Belon and Director of NADA Pahang, Zirwatul Ahlam Zam Zam.
Previously, on Wednesday Dr Ismail joins in Post-Flood Communal Work together with Staffs of Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) and volunteers in Taman Sri Nanding, Hulu Langat, Selangor.
The activity focused is mud cleaning around residences including surrounding housing area consist of futsal field and playground.
For the record, up until last January 6th, approximately around 475 volunteers of NADA’s Anti-drugs Squad are moved around throughout the entire country to carry out post-flood rescue mission involving several areas in Klang Valley, Selangor, Pahang, Negeri Sembilan, Perak and Kelantan.