Dear Brother and Sisters,
Peace from Pakistan,
How are you and your families. This is Request to all of you. Plz pray for Pakistan. Pakistan Face flood.
This is report of flood Situation.
Reactivation of Monsoon rains in the north and Central Pakistan has increased the water level in rivers of Kabul and Sawat in north. Water drains are over flown and about 266 houses have been damaged in Noshera District (Khyber Pkhotoon Khawa, KPK, Province). It has been reported three people and dozens of animals have been swept away in the flood waters.
Flood Forecasting Division and Pakistan Meteorological Department have issued flash flood warning in districts of Kohat, Banu and Hazar ( KPK Province). It has been announced that next 24-36 hours will be having heavy rains in Northern and Central Pakistan. The flood has also been forecasted at Shahidra, Lahore the capital city of Punjab province in river Ravi. People are evacuating with their animals from the riverine areas.
Death toll reached to 32 for recent late spell of monsoon rains in Pakistan. The provinces of Punjab & Khybar Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) are facing threat of floods because of heavy rains which various districts of the two provinces are likely to receive over the next two days.
According to reports, torrential rains triggered flash floods in to torrents in the districts of Noshera, Manshera and Bajour Agency. Landslide is also causing blockage of roads that has hampered rescue work.
The chairman of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) said, while talking to media persons, ' Catchment areas of Chenab and Ravi rivers's dis tributaries were expected to receive heavy rains over the next couple of days. This may cause floods in Lahore, Faisalabad and Gujranwala division. River of Jhelum is also about to receive rains"
North Eastern district of Narowal dist nullah has been flooded. The flood water has swept away standing crops on thousands of acres of land in fifty villages. The news report stated, acute shortage of green fodder and wheat straw has been reported"
I was in a meeting with District Coordination Officer, District Jhang who told that water level is rising in Taremu and due breaches and erosions crops are becoming under water. ( Jhang is a target area of IFAW-Ravi Foundation)
Pakistan's Meteorological Department forcasted 15 to 20 percent more rains than usual, however, situation suddenly changed and less rains were recorded, Now new flash floods have been forecasted.
In His unfailing love