The death toll in Pakistan’s devastating floods rose to 1,191 on Wednesday. Because the flood waters from the north have started breaking the dams in Dadu district of Sindh.
Karachi: The death toll in Pakistan’s devastating floods rose to 1,191 on Wednesday. Because the flood water from the north has started breaking the dams in Dadu district of Sindh. So far, more than one million people in Pakistan have been affected by floods.
According to the daily report of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), more than 3,500 people have been injured since June 14. During the last 24 hours, around 87 people were injured while 27 died.
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Dadu Deputy Commissioner Syed Murtaza Ali told the media that 1.2 million people have been affected and displaced in the district. He said that the water level in Khairpur Nathan Shah and Johi taluka, located eight kilometers from Dadu town, is rising in the main Nara Ghati drain.
He said that there is apprehension that Dadu town will be badly affected if the water level in MNV drain continues to rise. MPA Pir Mujibul Haque, elected from Dadu, told that the city is facing the threat of floods. Machinery has been used to prevent flood waters from entering the city. PM Shahbaz visited the flood affected districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. During this, the Prime Minister of Pakistan announced an assistance of 10 billion rupees.