Nearly 50 people killed following heavy monsoon rains in past 3 days in Pakistan

Aug 10, 2020

Islamabad [Pakistan], Aug 10 (ANI): Nearly 50 people have been killed across Pakistan after three days of heavy rains and flash floods.
As per Al Jazeera, quoting Pakistan's national disaster management authority, 19 people have died in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province while 12 people have died in the Sindh province and 10 people have died in the northern Gilgit Baltistan region in the last three days.
Rains have damaged around100 homes and caused a breach in a flooded main canal, inundating villages in the Sindh province. Troops with boats rushed to the areas in the province on Sunday.
Heavy rainfall began last week and continued on Sunday flooding the streets of Lahore. Life has also been disrupted in Karachi, the capital of the Sindh province, where most streets are flooded. Heavy rainfall is expected to continue in the next week as well, informed the Meteorological Department. (ANI)

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