PDMA, a natural disasters agency, has released reports of damage due to flood rails and rains across the province. The dead included 39 men, 28 women, and 32 children. Rains: 99 people were killed, and more than 3,000 houses were destroyed in Balochistan.
PDMA, a natural disasters agency, has released reports of damage due to flood rails and rains across the province. The dead included 39 men, 28 women, and 32 children.
According to a report by the PDMA, in addition to the deaths, 63 people have been injured.
In the last 24 hours, two men and a child were killed in rain-related incidents in Quetta and Jaffarabad.Partial damage to the rest.
The report added that flood rails along with houses severely affected 550 km of various four highways.
A resident of Mastung Kali Manu Khan made a video on social media after making a video to inform the flood rails and his village about the danger on July 19 after the rains.
The man says in the video that the floods severely damaged the onion crop and tube wells cultivated on its land. To save the village, we made a rescue ourselves.
Relief items dispatched
Balochistan’s chief minister said the provincial government is providing relief to the rain-affected people, sending rations, tents and other assistance.
The PDMA is also dispatching relief items to the residents of the most-affected areas such as Quetta and Panjgur.
In this regard, the report said that flood rails have severely damaged standing crops, solar plates, tube wells, and their wells so far. The number is one lakh 97 thousand 930.
The report said that recent rains and flood rails damaged two bridges in Barakhan, Kohlo, and one of two bridges in Harnai and partially affected a kilometer railway track.It has accumulated 339.5 feet of water at this time. The Mirani Dam in Turbat, whose supply way level is 244 feet. It has accumulated 249.5 feet of water.
Along with this, the Shadi Corps Dam in Gwadar has a supplement of 54 million. It has accumulated 51.43 million water. The level of Subakzai Dam Zhob is 94 feet. It has accumulated 41.6 feet of water.
The PDMA has also shown the possibility of more rainfall in most areas of Balochistan. During this time, torrential rains can also cause urban flooding.