PM reviews flood situation; Monsoon death toll tops 100

ISLAMABAD/LAHORE: Torrential monsoon rains have killed at least 106 people over the past three days and damaged thousands of houses, officials said Saturday as authorities put four districts on red alert for floods. Most of the deaths were caused by roof collapses, electric shocks and landslides in Punjab and in Azad Kashmir.

In Punjab, the death toll has risen to 55 with some 235 people injured due to torrential rains, Rizwan Naseer, the director general of rescue services in the province, told AFP.

Earlier, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said the death and destruction caused by rains and floods is a great loss for Pakistan and the government would leave no stone unturned to help the people in distress.

He was chairing a meeting to review rain and flood situation in the country and damage caused to life and property by incessant rains and resulting floods in various parts, at the PM’s House here Saturday. Agencies

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