Pakistani boards called out strong avenues
Through the disaster, as the authorities call “the worst humanitarian catastrophe of the decade”, 33 million people suffered.
In Pakistan, 937 people perished through the ravages, who stood at the edge from the middle of the earth through the torrents of monsoon boards. The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) told you about it, write at P & # 8217; Friday, 26 September, CNN.
As it was appointed, as a sign of natural disaster, as the government calls “the most terrible humanitarian catastrophe of this decade”, 33 million people suffered, about 30 million of them were left without a doha over their heads.
“Pakistan is going through its eighth season of rainfall, but it sounds like the country has only three-chotiri cycles of rainfall #8221;, – quotation from NDMA.
At the edge of the country, the government has requested international assistance.
#فيضانات_باكستان : اللهم سلم اللهم سلم اللهم سلم
اللهم ouch #سarth والط وهلها ،، ،، ،، ،، لـ اخواuss # # #ائ bow # #ام bowuzzened
— ثِمار (@q_1aq) August 26, 2022
اس سے بڑا انسانی المیہ میں نے کم از کم اپنی زندگی میں نہیں دیکھا جو مناظر سیلاب کی تباہ کاریوں کے دکھائی دے رہے ہیں انہوں نے توڑ کر رکھ دیا ہے😢😢😢😢😢😢 pic.twitter.com/GaZOngY99P
— Asif Emaan (@asifemaann) August 26, 2022
Horrifying footage & images show the extent of destruction caused by monsoon rains & floods in #Pakistan. Millions displaced, hundreds lost live/injured. The financial loss is enormously huge and impossible for the poor country to bear. #PakistanFloods pic.twitter.com/NjWAfJJVeO
— Saleem Javed | Pakistan is hit hard by calamity, people are dying, floods are wreaking havoc, time to extend help is now 🙏🏻🙏🏻 @WorldBank @UN @POTUS @IMFNews #PakistanFloods #PakistanNeedsHelp pic.twitter.com/rNeakiDdNK
— Dr Humma SaifUllah (@HummaSaif) August 26, 2022
Pakistan has always played a role for peace and security in the world, today the world will have to play its role in this difficult time on a priority basis. Regards 🙏@[email protected] @POTUS @IMFNews #FloodsInPakistan #FloodinPakistan pic.twitter.com/H7SBBmYUmY
— Malik• (@msferoz) August 26, 2022
Earlier in Pakistan, in two days, 126 people perished in the aftermath of incidents that caused them to be punished. More victims – women and children.