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Roaring flood wash away small heidel plants, houses in KP

PESHAWAR: at least 50 homes as well as small power the plants were destroyed floods caused by heavy rains in Kandia tehsil of Upper Kohistan while one one person died and two were injured in Chitral and Peshawar on Sunday.

According to the Pakistan Disaster Management Authority (PDMA), in Chitral and Peshawar one one person died and two were injured during past 24 hours due to flood caused by heavy rain.

According to local tax inspector Muhammad Riaz, about 50 homes we destroyed floods in Upper Kohistan. He also said he formed five teams and sent them to the affected areas to help with rescue operations and loss assessment.

This was announced by Assistant Commissioner at the headquarters of Dassu Hafiz Waqar Ahmad. media that although somewhat heavy machines from Dassu Hydroelectric Power Plant project were damaged by debris brought by flooding in Uchar Nala, there were no casualties great.

in the regional capital of The KP partially damaged 14 houses and completely damaged 23 houses.

Meanwhile, CP government said heavy monsoon rains and floods had caused severe damage on 20 small Heidel power plants in provinces.

According to the administration of the Kohistan region, the residential village set up for Chinese worker on The Dasu Dam was completely destroyed due to recent rains and floods. In a similar way, in Upper Kohistan, flash food swept away small power plants in Candia tehsil.

According to local people, the floods damaged small power projects, as well as livestock farms. The provincial disaster management agency (PDMA) said in a statement that 23 houses were partially damaged and 14 houses were completely destroyed. destroyed rainfall throughout the province.

Rescue 1122 also confirmed that 20 Heidel facilities, 30 canals, 4 bridges and a residential village set up for Chinese worker on The Dasu dam suffered due to flood. Rescue sources said 12 vehicles were buried under rubble and 20 head of cattle were also killed. The Karakoram Highway was closed due to severe flooding. result road communication of Kohistan was torn apart with rest of country.

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Sandra Loyd
Sandra Loyd
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