This year’s monsoon rainfall has caused devastation in different parts of the country, claiming the lives of hundreds of people, killing thousands of cattle, and damaging infrastructure worth billions of rupees, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has revealed.
According to official statistics issued by the NDMA, between 14 June and 14 July, 176 people all over the country lost their lives in different rain-related incidents, of which 78 were males, 47 females, and 51 children.
Moreover, 175 people also got injured, of which 89 were males, 47 females, and 31 children.
Here is a region-wise breakdown of the deaths and injuries during the said period:
Furthermore, 1,408 cattle were killed, 4 km of roads got damaged, 4 shops were razed to the ground, and 18 bridges collapsed in the country. 894 houses were partially damaged and 577 houses were completely damaged.
Here is a region-wise breakdown of the infrastructural damage and cattle deaths during the said period:
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