Pakistan Floods: In India’s neighboring country Pakistan, at this time nature has created a lot of havoc. After heavy rains in Pakistan, there is a ruckus of floods everywhere and the situation is so bad that the Indus River and Kabul River, which are two of the country’s major rivers, are flowing in their spate. In view of the appalling condition of these rivers, the government has asked the Pakistan Army to take over the front for rescue and relief.
horrific flood situation
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province has been affected the most by the flood situation created after heavy rains. The situation there remains very pathetic. After the rains, floods and landslides have further worsened the situation. In such a situation, people are losing their lives continuously due to these natural calamities, whereas, during the last 24 hours, more than 100 people have lost their lives in Pakistan. So far, the death toll in the floods in Pakistan has crossed the 1000 mark. At the same time, the government claims that it is doing a lot of work from its side to deal with this situation.
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Pakistan government gave information
Let us tell you that according to the figures of the Government of Pakistan, 33 lakh people have been affected by this terrible flood so far. At the same time, 1033 people have lost their lives. The government has said that the army has been put on the front for relief and rescue in the flood-prone areas of the country. This flood in Pakistan has submerged half of Pakistan. At the same time, due to the havoc of monsoon rains, half of the country’s infrastructure has been submerged. Also, Pakistan’s Railways has suspended many of its services.
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