Pakistan: 30 deaths due to rains, Chief Minister Balochistan reached Gwadar Pakistan: 30 deaths due to rains, Chief Minister Balochistan reached Gwadar

Pakistan: 30 deaths due to rains, Chief Minister Balochistan reached Gwadar

Pakistan: 30 deaths due to rains, Chief Minister Balochistan reached Gwadar

Some areas of the country have been badly affected by heavy rains since Thursday due to which it has been decided to keep all the schools of Balochistan closed till Thursday.

Authorities in Pakistan said on Sunday that more than 30 people have died in various accidents due to recent rains in the country, while thousands of schools have been closed.

The Meteorological Department has also predicted more rain and snowfall in the country on Sunday.

According to the French news agency AFP, some areas of the country have been badly affected by heavy rains since Thursday, due to which it has been decided to close all the schools of Balochistan till Thursday.

26 people, including 18 children, died as a result of the collapse of buildings in the northwestern province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

According to Taimur Ali Khan, spokesperson of the Disaster Management Authority Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 'a total of 27 people have lost their lives as a result of the rains in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for the last four days.'

One person lost his life due to the landslide while 150 houses were damaged.

Jahanzain Khan, head of Disaster Management Authority Balochistan, has said that five people lost their lives due to the collapse of buildings in the province on Thursday and Friday.

On the other hand, according to journalist Amir Bajoy, the newly elected Chief Minister of Balochistan has reached the flood-affected area of ​​Gwadar on his first official visit.

On this occasion, Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Sarfraz Khan Bugti said that 'all rescue organizations including the Pakistani army are working in the flood-affected district of Gwadar.'

He said that 'a committee has been formed to determine the damages, which will submit a report in 20 days.'

Journalist Zarif Baloch of Gwadar told Independent Urdu that 'government aid operations are slow. In the affected areas, people are helping themselves to remove the flood water. People are facing problems due to lack of drainage.'

PDMA Rescue In-charge Majid Khan said in a conversation with Independent Urdu that the drainage will be completed today. Due to the old and lack of good sewage system in the population, several feet of water has accumulated in the houses, which has affected the buildings.'

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