Three days of monsoon rains have killed at least 90 people and damaged at least a thousand homes across Pakistan. Streets and homes were flooded with sewage water in Karachi on Tuesday, where the city’s outdated drainage and waste systems were overwhelmed by another spell of heavy rain. Of the total rain-related casualties, 31 deaths were reported in southern Sindh province, while 23 people died in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, according to the agency.
It said 15 deaths were reported in south-western Baluchistan province and eight in Punjab province. Thirteen more people died elsewhere in the north of the country, including three in the Pakistan-administered sector of Kashmir.
Disaster Relief providing food, water and shelter. Avalanches, flooding and harsh winter weather have killed more than 93 people across Pakistan. At least 93 people died and 76 were injured across Pakistan in recent days – with several still missing. Pakistani Kashmir was the worst-hit area, with 62 people killed and 10 others missing. In Kashmir’s picturesque but conflict-riven Neelum Valley, heavy snowfall triggered several avalanches, including one that hit a village and killed at least 19 people. “Ten people are still missing.
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