Floods in Swat as glaciers melt due to rising temperatures

Soaring temperatures have increased the water level in the Swat river, causing floods in certain areas.

Express July 01, 2010


Soaring temperatures have increased the water level in the Swat river, causing floods in certain areas.

Glaciers have begun to melt due to rising temperatures. As a result of this the water level is on the rise in the Swat river.

Mingora, Naway Kallay and adjoining areas have been affected by floods. Houses and crops have been destroyed by the water. The Police line and primary schools are also at risk of being flooded.


cidpusa | 11 years ago | Reply The whole nation of Pakistan is drowning in water and the tell us we have a water shortage. All the dams are full, Man dams have been sweapt away due to water. The canals are full Sialkot, Lahore, karachi have been under water for days. Where is the water shortage India cannot stop our water. When Allah is giving us water no one on earth can stop this heavely flow. Allah Akbar
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