Pakistan Rain | Pakistan: Heavy rain wreaks havoc this year too, nature’s ‘strong’ hit on Pak struggling with money crunch

Pic: Social Media New Delhi. If seen, heavy rains have wreaked havoc in Lahore, Pakistan at this time. This has caused damage in many areas. Roads have now become ponds here and there. The heavy rains on Wednesday broke the record of the last 30 years and within just 10 hours, 290 mm of rain fell. At the same time, 7 people died due to this rain. A child is also included in these. Significantly, the Meteorological Department in Pakistan has already predicted severe rains. Significantly, Pakistan is already facing an economic crisis. In such a situation, the condition here is even worse due to rain. Please inform that, last year also heavy rains and floods in Pakistan had caused huge devastation here. Then 25% of Pakistan was submerged and 1700 people died during this period. More than 10 lakh houses were washed away and about 90 lakh cattle also lost their lives. On the other hand, this time also this heavy rain has given sleepless nights to the administration, although many preparations have been made to ensure that the situation like last year does not happen again. But these are proving to be insufficient. The main reason for this is said to be lack of money with Pakistan. However, in case of emergency, machinery and security personnel have been put on high alert. At the same time, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif is also keeping an eye on the situation. He has also talked about taking all possible steps for the safety of life and property of the people. Let me tell you, due to heavy rains, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Islamabad and Peshawar are most at risk here. Pakistan is the 8th country in the world where most natural disasters occur. At present, the havoc of severe storm and rain is going on here.

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