Rains, floods claims another 39 lives across Pakistan

Rain-related incidents have claimed another 39 lives across Pakistan in the last 24 hours. According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), 32 people lost their lives in Punjab and Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) as floods intensified after more heavy rain and thunderstorm lashed most parts of the country on Monday. Earlier, the NDMA said seven people were killed after being struck by lightning while they’re working outside their homes in Punjab and AJK. While another 35 people were injured, 19 of them are in critical condition. The NDMA has also reported damages to several houses and crops over a large area of land across Punjab and AJK

ISLAMABAD: Another 39 people have been killed in rain-related incidents across Pakistan in the last 24 hours.

ISLAMABAD: Another 39 people have been killed in rain-related incidents across Pakistan in the last 24 hours.

The victims included 32 in Punjab and 7 in AJK, according to an official statement issued by the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA).

The death toll has increased to 2,077 as of Saturday evening and it is expected to rise further due to floods and landslides caused by heavy rains that hit various parts of the country over the past few days.

Twenty-nine people died while making attempts to cross rivers or get out of their homes due to overflowing water levels on Friday night when rainfall amounts reached around 100 mm each hour outside Islamabad and Rawalpindi areas alone; however, some reports indicate that these numbers may be higher than what was originally reported due to difficulties accessing affected areas due to heavy traffic jams caused by road closures near villages where most homes were located

According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), 32 people lost their lives in Punjab and Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) as floods intensified after more heavy rain and thunderstorm lashed most parts of the country on Monday.

According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), 32 people lost their lives in Punjab and Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) as floods intensified after more heavy rain and thunderstorm lashed most parts of the country on Monday.

According to NDMA, four people were killed in KPK, two each in FATA and Balochistan, five each in Sindh and AJK while one died in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK).

The flood situation is being monitored all over Pakistan with helplines being manned by volunteers who can be reached through phone numbers listed on this website: http://www.pakdisastermanagementagency.gov.pk/index/index-homepage

Earlier, the NDMA said seven people were killed after being struck by lightning while they’re working outside their homes in Punjab and AJK.

Earlier, the NDMA said seven people were killed after being struck by lightning while they’re working outside their homes in Punjab and AJK.

The deaths were reported from the towns of Jhelum, Chakwal and Rawalpindi.

According to officials at the NDRF headquarters in Islamabad, over 200 people have been rescued from floods since Monday evening when heavy rains began across Pakistan.

While another 35 people were injured, 19 of them are in critical condition.

  • While another 35 people were injured, 19 of them are in critical condition.
  • The NDMA has also reported damages to several houses and crops over a large area of land across Punjab and AJK.

The NDMA has also reported damages to several houses and crops over a large area of land across Punjab and AJK.

The NDMA has also reported damages to several houses and crops over a large area of land across Punjab and AJK. The damage assessment is being carried out by the Army, paramilitary troops and other agencies including the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA).

The NDMA has also reported damages to several houses and crops over a large area of land across Punjab and AJK. The damage assessment is being carried out by the Army, paramilitary troops and other agencies including the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA).

Rains

Rains, floods and thunderstorm have claimed 39 lives across Pakistan. According to the Met Office’s latest forecast, heavy rainfall will continue for another two days in many parts of the country including Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Balochistan and Sindh provinces. The authorities have advised people not to move out of their homes as they prepare for rains or floods, which may cause a rise in water levels of rivers and lakes.

The Met Office has predicted that it will rain at least 40mm in KP on Wednesday while there could be up to 50mm rainfall in Karachi’s suburban areas during Tuesday night at least, reported Geo News channel on Tuesday evening. The weather bureau has also warned about heavy rainfall at some places with about 50mm expected within 24 hours following heavy showers since yesterday morning.”The main focus remains very strong winds over northern parts with isolated gusts from north-east direction,” said an official statement issued by National Weather Services Directorate (NWSD).

Conclusion

While we must remember, the rains and floods are an annual occurrence in Pakistan. The country has been reeling under the impact of continuous downpours since early this year and it seems that some relief may have finally come.

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