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India releases water towards Pakistan without interruption
The risk of flooding in the Sutlej River, one and a half million cusecs of water can enter the Pakistani border; in 12 to 24 hours, water will enter Pakistan at Gundasinhwala.
India has released water towards Pakistan, there is a danger of flood in the Sutlej River, 1.5 million cusecs of water can enter the Pakistani border within 12 to 24 hours. Water will enter Pakistan at Gundasinghwala.
According to media reports, spokesperson NDMA says that the river from Sutlej is at risk of flooding due to the water coming from India.
One and a half million cusecs of water can enter Pakistani boundaries. Within 12 to 24 hours, water will enter Pakistan at Gundasinhwala. The PDMA has directed Punjab and other entities to be prepared for emergencies. India has not received any official notification yet.
India has provided 3 out of 5 lakes of Ladakh Dam. The water will join the river Indus at the location of Kharming. Alert has been issued to all relevant agencies and management. In addition, the National Disaster Management Authority has said that moderate floods are expected in the Chenab River and Jhelum River.
NDMA released data regarding July 1 to August 15 rains and flood damage, according to a spokeswoman. Floods and rains killed a total of 200 people across the country. ۔ According to spokesperson NDMA, floods and rains caused the most casualties in all of KP.
The spokesman said 69 rains and floods in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa killed 69 people, while recent rains and floods resulted in a total of 155 casualties. According to the spokesman, 349 houses were partially as a result of rains and floods, while 278 houses were completely destroyed. According to the spokesman, the recent rains and floods damaged three power plants, NDMA said one thousand in the areas affected by rain and floods. Split three hundred and five blankets.
According to spokesperson NDMA, NDMA distributed one tonne of food to the country, lower level floods are expected at Nowshera River in Kabul River. According to spokesman NDMA, lower level floods are expected at Tarbela in the Indus River. According to the Meteorological Department, heavy rains are likely over these Rawalpindi DD Dera Ghazi Khan Kashmir and Hazara Dwiven over the next 24 hours. Spokeswoman NDMA said there was a low level flood at the Nowshera river in Kabul, lower level flooding was expected at Tarbela in Sindh river.