Thursday, October 6, 2022

In Balochistan, many areas including Jafarabad could not get water, epidemics started to break out


In the extreme heat, the sufferings of the victims of malaria, diarrhea and gastro-intestinal diseases have increased. Photo: File

In the areas of Jafarabad, Naseerabad and Sahabatpur, the accumulated water may have been drained for several days, due to which the human tragedy started to arise due to the epidemics.

In the extreme heat, the sufferings of the ravaged victims of malaria, diarrhea and gastro-intestinal diseases have further increased.

In Dera Allahyar, Gandakha, Sahabpur, Nutal, Babakot and Rabi, the victims are facing acute shortage of medicines, clean drinking water and food, hundreds of families are in water and on roadsides waiting for basic necessities and government aid.

On the other hand, dengue, malaria and rash diseases are increasing due to non-discharge of water in the flood areas of Rajanpur, there is also a severe shortage of mosquito nets and clean water.

On the other hand, the work of Panjara bridge destroyed by flood in Bolan has not started till now, due to which passengers coming and going to Quetta are facing severe difficulties.

On the other hand, water is still present in the flood-affected areas of Rajanpur in South Punjab.

Due to standing water for many days, dengue, malaria and rash diseases are increasing, mosquito nets and clean water are also in dire shortage while the roads have not been restored yet.

Victims who returned to their homes in Rajanpur are rebuilding their damaged houses with your help, while many victims are still sheltering on the Indus Highway.

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