Rains wreak havoc in Dadu district, flood more than 350 villages

Sindh News

Torrential rains wreaked havoc in Dadu district, Sindh province as the current spell continued, triggering flash floods, and due to breaches in Nai Gaj Dam at several places, over 350 villages are flooded.
According to details, more than 350 villages in Sindh's Dadu district have been affected by flash floods coming from the Kirthar mountains. 
As per media reports, in Kachho area, several villages were inundated by floods in mountain streams and the mud houses totally destroyed.
On the other hand, the power system was disrupted after the electricity pole collpased. 
Similarly, the villages of Union Council Dargh Bala, Sauro, Chhni, Tando Rahim Khan and Wahi Pandhi are most affected areas.
Victims are facing difficulties due to non-arrival of rescue teams in several areas.Moreover, more than 300 villages have been inundated due to embankment of Gaj river damaged. 

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