More than 4 million in Pakistan affected by floods| Devastation captured in pics

Updated On Aug 26, 2022 06:56 PM IST

Pakistan has declared emergency in the wake of heavy rain that has flooded the country. Officials have said that this year's floods are comparable to 2010, the worst-ever deluge the country has ever seen. The disaster has affected over four million citizens who are helpless in the face of the crisis. Till now more 900 people have been killed, including 34 in the last 24 hours. The Pakistani government has appealed to the international community, and has sought relief assistance for the country that was recently listed at the eighth spot on the Global Climate Risk Index by an environmental NGO Germanwatch.

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Displaced people carry belongings after they salvaged usable items from their flood-hit home as they wade through a flooded area in Jaffarabad district of Pakistan.(AP) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Displaced people carry belongings after they salvaged usable items from their flood-hit home as they wade through a flooded area in Jaffarabad district of Pakistan.(AP)

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Tents of flood victims are seen after they took refuge on an embankment following rains and floods during the monsoon season.(REUTERS) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Tents of flood victims are seen after they took refuge on an embankment following rains and floods during the monsoon season.(REUTERS)

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A family with their belongings travels on a vehicle to a higher ground following rains and floods during the monsoon season in Jamshoro, Pakistan.(REUTERS) View Photos in a new improved layout
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A family with their belongings travels on a vehicle to a higher ground following rains and floods during the monsoon season in Jamshoro, Pakistan.(REUTERS)

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A man naps inside a temporary tent near his damaged home after heavy monsoon rainfalls in Sindh province of Pakistan.(AFP) View Photos in a new improved layout
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A man naps inside a temporary tent near his damaged home after heavy monsoon rainfalls in Sindh province of Pakistan.(AFP)

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A family with their belongings wade through rain waters following rains and floods in Pakistan.(REUTERS) View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Aug 26, 2022 06:56 PM IST

A family with their belongings wade through rain waters following rains and floods in Pakistan.(REUTERS)

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A family salvage usable items from their flood-hit home in Jaffarabad, a district of Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province.(AP) View Photos in a new improved layout
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A family salvage usable items from their flood-hit home in Jaffarabad, a district of Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province.(AP)

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Flood victims take refuge on higher grounds following rains and floods in the country,(REUTERS) View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Aug 26, 2022 06:56 PM IST

Flood victims take refuge on higher grounds following rains and floods in the country,(REUTERS)

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