Pakistan Army’s relief efforts continue in flood hit areas of various districts across the Country.
In Othal 2300 individuals of four villages have been evacuated to safer places. Shelter and cooked meals provided to affected population.
N-25 connecting Quetta – Karachi has been opened for traffic which was blocked at four different places due to collapse of bridges.
Telecommunication restored in most of Balochistan particularly in District Lasbela in coordination with PTA.
467% additional unprecedented rains from Jul 1 till date. 29 Distts of Balochistan have been affected due to recent rains/ flash floods particularly Lasbela, Kech, Quetta, Sibbi, Khuzdar and Kohlu.
3,953 houses have been damaged.
Five medical camps established in flood hit areas of Balochistan including Hub, Gaddani, Bela and Duddar and Jhal Magsi
Army dewatering teams have cleared Gwadar area.
The costal highway blocked at Aghore has been opened for traffic.
Four Sorties of Army aviation helicopters operated delivering 1.3 tons of relief items including rations and medicines.
No rain in the area – Water level considerably receded.
Connectivity of Gandhawa has resumed with Jhal Magsi, efforts underway to resume connectivity on other two roads.
200 individuals evacuated.
Water level still high in Mula River.
The work on connectivity of M-8 will be resumed by NHA after water recedes
The General Officer Commanding at Khuzdar visited Bela and surroundings to oversee relief efforts.
Babe Dosti has been opened by dewatering teams as it remained closed due to inundation.
Relief operation by Army, FC and Pakistan Cost Gurad underway.
All four locations on RCD highway opened for light traffic only.
Mobile Field Medical Camp established by FC and Civil administration in Zhob. 1,570 Patients treated.
Flash flooding occurred in Kila Saifullah.
Road Quetta -Ziarat blocked near Kawas Tangi Station due to heavy flooding has been opened.
Floods reported in Hanna and Nawa Kili. Rescue and relief teams are working on site.
58 dewatering teams were employed for dewatering in Karachi only.
Gharo Grid Station at Thatta which was flooded with water has been cleared by Army dewatering teams.
300 individuals have been evacuated in Jamshoro
Army established relief camp At Jamshoro.
M-9 was flooded at various places due to overflow of Lath Dam.
Dewatering teams along with heavy machinery were employed to clear the road.
Ration and medicine being provided to local people at Dadu and Khairpur.
KKH and Jaglot- Skardu road have been kept open by FWO clearing multiple landslides.
Distt Ghizer was cut off due to flash flooding.
Communication infrastructure opened.
Food and medicines were provided to local residents
Distt Tank, Chitral and swabi were badly affected due to rains.
Road Chitral- Mastooj and Road Tank- Gomal Zam Dam opened for traffic.
Pakistan Army, Navy and FC/ Rangers troops are constantly assisting the civil administration and local communities in all flood affected areas.