The torrential rains have led to storm and land sliding in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir, blocking land links of several areas meanwhile district authorities have launched operations to rescue the victims, reported a private news channel.
Landslide in Kandia, Kohistan left as many as 25 people including thirteen women dead while natives are also moving to safe havens.
Work in-progress to remove debris from closed road after heavy rains and landslide in Shangla.
The local authorities have also expressed possible risk of food dearth in rain and storm-hit locations whereas many trees fell down due to landslide in Shangla’s Koch Karshat.
National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has sent a special rescue team to extend help in the recovery of the dead bodies.
Meanwhile, more than 100 houses in Muzaffarabad were demolished in a mountain slide. The district government has launched operation to rescue the victims.
On the other hand, Frontier Works Organisation stated that northern areas in Pakistan have experienced worst landslides and rainstorms since 1979 while rescue operations have been conducted to restore roads and rescue the residents.