Public App
More than 300 people died due to floods in Pakistan: 111 deaths in Balochistan, high alert issued in 10 districts

More than 300 people died due to floods in Pakistan: 111 deaths in Balochistan, high alert issued in 10 districts

Pakistan is now suffering from floods and rain. The situation has deteriorated so much that more than 300 people have died so far. The highest south-western province of Balochistan has killed 111 people. The situation in Karachi, Punjab, Sindh province remains serious. The weather department has issued a warning. Department officials say that there will be heavy rains till 31 July. There is a high alert in 10 districts of Balochistan. 10,000 houses have been damaged, Chief Secretary of the country Abdul Ajai Akilik said that the worst conditions due to heavy rains are made in Balochistan. 6,077 houses have been washed away by floods here. About 10 thousand houses have been damaged. Not only this, 16 dam walls have also been damaged. 2,400 solar panels have also deteriorated. Due to rain, the roads were broken- the floods of about 650 km have been broken due to heavy rains. The route from Karachi to Quetta has been closed. People are facing problems. People are being advised to stay at home. Extremly Pakistan lives in the 8th weakest Deshpakistan from June to September. This season is special for irrigation of crops, but every year at the same time there is also the most flood. Things get so bad that hundreds of hectares of agricultural land is destroyed. According to the report of the Global Climate Risk Index, Pakistan is the eighth weakest country environmentally. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

Views:

July 29th 2022, 4:34 am
Amitesh Kumar
Enter the post in Duddhi and assaulted the constable: scramble with the outpost in -charge, BJP leader is accused

Enter the post in Duddhi and assaulted the constable: scramble with the outpost in -charge, BJP leader is accused