The flood affected have started returning to their native places.
This was pointed out in a statement of the City District Government Karachi (CDGK) on Saturday.
It said that the number of flood victims lodged in the relief camps in the metropolis has now come down to 76,000.
The Executive District Office (EDO), Revenue, Roshan Ali Shaikh, chaired a meeting in his office regarding the state of relief camps set up by the CDGK.
He said that those affected lodged at the relief camps are being provided all the basic facilities.
Shaikh also pointed out that the flood affected who are returning to their native places are being provided travel expenses as well as ration, utensils and other necessities.
He also told the incharges of the relief camps that the flood affected are our guests and they be taken care of and their complaints, if any, be redressed promptly.