Lahore, September 1 (SO News/Agency) Flood disasters continue continuously in Pakistan and the number of people who have lost their lives has reached 1191. According to reports, the floodwaters coming from the north of the country have breached the embankments of the Indus River and entered Dadu district, affecting more than one million people there.
According to the report, one person died in Punjab, 4 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and 15 in Sindh during the last 24 hours. So far Sindh has recorded the highest number of 422 deaths. According to the daily report of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), more than 3500 people have been injured since June 14. In the last 24 hours, 87 people have been injured and 27 people have died.
Due to floods, 253 people lost their lives in Balochistan, 264 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and 188 in Punjab. 522 men, 246 women and 399 children are among those who died in accidents due to flood lanes and rains. 80 districts across the country are affected by rains and floods. 3 lakh 72 thousand 8 hundred and 23 houses were destroyed across the country due to rains and floods. 7 lakh 33 thousand 536 houses were partially damaged due to rains and floods.
243 bridges and 173 shops across the country were damaged by the recent rains. A total of 5063 kilometers of roads were affected by rains and floods. More than 731 thousand cattle were lost.
According to reports, the water level is rising in the Main Nara Valley (MNV) drain in Khairpurnathan Shah and Johi taluk. It is located at a distance of 8 km from Dadushahr. If the water level in this drain continues to rise, Dadushahr will suffer. will be affected.
Pakistan has received almost 190 percent more rain than the 30-year average in August this year, totaling 390.7 mm (15.38 in). Sindh province was hit hardest by floods and the 30-year average. It has rained 466 percent more than the average.
Floods originating from the mountains in the north of the country have washed away thousands of homes, businesses, infrastructure and crops. The government says that out of the total population of 22 crore people, 33.3 million people (15 percent) have been affected.