Pakistan Rains | Fierce rain wreaks havoc in Pakistan, 25 dead so far, 145 injured

New Delhi. The torrential rains in the neighboring country of Pakistan last Saturday have wreaked havoc. So far 25 people have died due to this fierce rain while more than 145 have been injured. The injured were taken to the hospital. According to the information, the rain occurred in the North West region of Pakistan. The authorities of the neighboring country gave this information. He told that many houses collapsed due to the rain. According to Khateer Ahmed, senior rescue official on the matter, several trees were uprooted and electric poles fell due to rain and hailstorm in Bannu, Lakki Marwat and Karak districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. According to Ahmed, the authorities are working to provide relief to the injured in this emergency. Be aware that last year in Pakistan, more than 1,700 people had died due to rains and floods during the monsoon. About three crore 30 lakh people were affected by this and about 80 lakh people were displaced. In order to reduce the impact of natural disasters, the government has included 1 for climate-related action in the draft of its national budget presented on Friday. Allocated US $ 3 billion. Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday expressed grief over the loss of lives due to rain and storm and directed officials to speed up relief operations. On the other hand, Sharif ordered the officials to take emergency measures in advance in view of the cyclone ‘Biparjoy’ coming in the Arabian Sea. Pakistan’s disaster management agency said the “severe and intense” cyclone is moving towards the south of the country and will bring winds of up to 150 kilometers per hour.

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