At least seven people, including women and children, were killed as the roof of their house collapsed in the Khar agency head quarter of Bajaur on Monday.
The a boundary wall of an upper house caved in on two rooms lower to it in the head quarter. Political administration at Khar Bajaur agency have confirmed the death toll to seven. They also told The Express Tribune that a wall from the house of resident Shams Ul Wahab located above the houses of Ibarahim and Muneer Khan fell upon their houses as they slept.
According to Express News, six others were also injured. The injured have been shifted to Khar Hospital.
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Due to the fact that it's located far from apt facilities, the residents of Bajaur are currently trying to help make arrangements for the deceased and injured.
Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi expressed deep grief and sorrow over the loss of precious lives in the roof collapse incident. He prayed for eternal peace of the departed souls and also for an early recovery of the injured.
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Earlier this year, three children died in August as the roof of a house collapsed after heavy rains in Islamabad. The incident resulted in fatal causalities to three Afghan children identified as 10-year-old Usman, seven-year-old Abdullah and four-year-old Zargai. A girl was killed and four other members of her family were injured when the roof of a house caved in, in the suburbs of Jhelum in August.
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