PDMA Report Reveals Grim Toll of Heavy Rains in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Heavy Rains Devastate Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: PDMA Report Reveals Human and Property Toll

The Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has issued a detailed report outlining the profound impact of severe rainfall that inundated the province over the past week.

According to the report, the torrential downpours have claimed the lives of 33 individuals, while leaving 46 others injured in rain-related incidents across various regions.

Tragically, among the deceased, 17 were children, with eight men and eight women also counted among the casualties.

On the other hand, the injured comprised six women, 32 men, and eight children, highlighting the indiscriminate nature of the devastation wrought by the heavy rains.

However, the toll of the calamitous weather extends beyond human casualties, with the PDMA report highlighting significant damage to property throughout the affected areas.

A staggering total of 1,932 houses have suffered varying degrees of damage, primarily due to collapsing walls and roofs in districts across the province.

Among these homes, 326 have been completely destroyed, while 1,606 others have sustained partial damage, leaving numerous families displaced and vulnerable in the wake of the natural disaster.

The aftermath of the heavy rains paints a grim picture of devastation and loss, underscoring the urgent need for concerted relief efforts to aid those affected and facilitate their recovery from the destructive impact of the inclement weather.