More fatalities were reported in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in northwestern Pakistan after heavy rain from 25 to 29 March.
According to reports from the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA), at least 10 people died and several were injured after heavy rain triggered flooding, landslides and caused houses to collapse in the districts of Mohmand, Buner, Bajaur, Malakand, Abbottabad and Swabi.
Heavy rain also affected parts of Balochistan Province from around 24 March. Local media reported that flooding damaged hundreds of homes and shops in Harnai district.
PDMA in Balochistan said relief items have been distributed and those badly affected by the flooding have been accommodated in various public buildings.
Heavy rain occurred in different parts of the District resultly heavy flash flood is flowing in 5 mile stream, 8 mile stream and Spin Tangi stream. Harnai-Sinjawi road is blocked for all kinds of traffic.@NHMPofficial@jam_kamal
— PDMA Balochistan (@PDMABalochistan) March 30, 2020
— Balochistan Express (@baluchexpress) March 26, 2020
Heavy rain occurred in almost all parts of the District but comparatively heavy rain was observed in northern side of the Harnai town as a result of which heavy flood came and hit the earthern made protection wall and the whole area of
— PDMA Balochistan (@PDMABalochistan) March 24, 2020