Floods across Pakistan have over the past month left at least 202 people dead and injured 157 others affecting nearly 1.5 million people, according to National Disaster Management Authority. Release of waters from Indian reservoirs also means low flood in River Sutlej.
The floods have affected 1.358 million people in 3,491 villages and damaging 18,206 houses.
Currently, Guddu, Sukkur and Kotri barrages are in high floods, whereas Chashma and Taunsa in medium floods. However, the meteorological department has warned of a high flood at Kotri.
So far, more than one million people have been evacuated from the affected areas with some 819 relief camps established where 186,378 people are taking shelter.
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As many as 16 people have died in the province and 34 have been injured.
The floods have left some 1,716 houses damaged and affecting around 70,000 people.
According to the NDMA, 624 tents, 9.24 tonnes of ration, and 481 blankets have been distributed to the affected public in the province.
As many as 95 people have died in K-P as floods keep ravaging the province. Some 3,913 houses have been damaged, whereas the number of villages and population affected is being assessed by the authorities.
Some 249 tents and as much as 315.04 tonnes of ration were distributed in the province besides provision of 3,260 blankets to the victims.
However, just eight relief camps have been established by the NDMA so far to cater to the needs of flood victims.
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Widespread flooding in the province has left 55 people dead and injured eight others. According to the NDMA, 11,568 houses have been damaged in 548 villages affecting 455,096 people.
But less than half of the people affected, 189,169, have been evacuated with only 19,102 moved into 311 relief camps.
Around 55,600 tents and as much as 4,074 tonnes of ration were distributed to the affected people in province.
Meanwhile, people living in low lying areas of Kasur and Vehari have been warned to shift to safer places.
Further, due to release of waters by Indian reservoirs, Rivers Sutlej and Beas, River Sutlej at GS Wala is likely to attain low flood level ranging between 45,000 Cusecs to 55,000 Cusecs from 1200 PST of 13th August-2015. .
In Sindh, some 2,593 villages and 796,892 people were affected by the floods, whereas the number of people killed and injured is being assessed by the authorities.
As reported by the NDMA, 31,100 tents and 1104.39 tons of ration were distributed to the victims. Around 796,892 people have been evacuated from the affected areas and 494 relief camps were established to help those hit by the disaster.
Some 167, 276 people are living in camps.
Azad Jammu and Kashmir
At least 23 people died in AJ&K and five were injured due to floods in the region. Around 330 houses were also damaged, leaving 15 villages affected.
As reported by NDMA, 3,000 tents and as much as 4,000 blankets were distributed to the victims of the flood.
At least seven people were killed in GB due to floods in the region, leaving behind eight people injured. Around 812 houses were also damaged, whereas 286 villages and 35,717 people were affected by the flood situation.
Some 1,736 people have been evacuated from the flood-hit areas of GB and six relief camps were established to take care of the victims.
Around six people died in FATA and three people were injured owing to floods in the area. Some 389 houses were also damaged and 18 villages and 900 people affected by the flash floods.
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