Emergency declared as Balochistan grapples with rain, floods, floods . Emergency declared

Emergency declared as Balochistan grapples with rain, floods, floods . Emergency declared

One dead in Pishin several villages submerged hundreds homeless . Causeway near Pinjra bridge swept away disrupting link with Sindh . Met Office warns of more rains water levels continue to rise in Punjabs rivers . Pakistan Meteorological Department PMD issued warnings of rain and thundershowers in the upper and central parts of the country over the next three days .

The monsoon rains lashing different regions of Pakistan have led to a continuous increase in the water level in the major rivers posing flooding threat to various areas . The escalating river water levels have resulted in the inundation of several areas causing damage to homes and crops forcing the residents to move to safer places along with their livestock .

Chief Minister Abdul Qudoos Bizenjo taking notice of damages to life and property has announced the immediate release of Rs million for a relief operation. He warned that if the water levels in these Indian dams continued to rise it could lead to more water being released into Pakistan.

The Indian dams on the Beas and Sutlej rivers were also nearing their capacity . The Provincial Disaster Management Authority PDMA reported low to medium level flooding in the Indus Chenab Ravi and Sashma rivers. In the Ravi area, the floodwaters have wreaked havoc damaging numerous buildings and leaving residents stranded due to flooding of land routes.

Of particular concern is Nankana Sahib where the flood waters wreaked . In the Nankanna Sahib. In The Ravi the floodwater wreaked. The floodwaters wreaked wreaking havoc. The floods. In . Nankna Sahib was. The flooding was observed at Nankran Sahib and the flood was observed.

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