Rains in Pakistan: Due to heavy rains in Pakistan, the situation is very bad. Roads are full of water and people are facing lot of problems. Many houses have also collapsed due to the rain.
Heavy Rains in Pakistan
Heavy Rain and Mudslides in Pakistan: Due to rain and landslides, there is a lot of devastation in the northwestern part of Pakistan. Due to this at least 17 people have died, while more than 100 people have been injured. Many houses have collapsed in Tor Ghar district. The bodies of 11 people were pulled out from the rubble. Police officer Mohammad Nawaz has confirmed that 11 bodies have been found. The official said rescuers were searching for other people in the rubble, including women and children.
He said that in this village located in the district, three houses completely collapsed and the rest of the houses were slightly damaged. Apart from this, a couple and their child have died due to landslide in Abbottabad. Pakistan disaster management officials said that teams of rescue workers have been sent to the affected areas (Pakistan Mudslide Update). But due to landslides in the hilly areas, there is a problem. The roads which were blocked due to landslides were reopened within 24 hours.
people trapped for many hours
The torrential rains led to flash floods, road blockade and deaths in several areas, including Lower Dir, Shangla, Chitral and Mardan districts, officials said. The Karakoram Highway, which was blocked due to heavy landslides, was reopened for traffic after several hours. However, people traveling between Gilgit-Baltistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were stranded for several hours (Pakistan Rainy Season). Let us tell you that the monsoon season in Pakistan lasts till the middle of September and this situation is seen every year.
There was devastation in July too
In July this year, at least 15 people were killed and 26 injured in separate incidents related to heavy rains that lashed Pakistan’s north-western Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. In Kohat and lower districts of this province, the maximum casualties were due to collapse of roofs of houses and flash floods (Monsoon in Pakistan). Even in the year 2019, heavy rains wreaked havoc in Pakistan. At least 161 people were killed then and 137 people were injured.
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