Pakistan is requesting additional international aid after floods caused devastation throughout the state . an indoor ministry source told the BBC that while the US, UK, United Arab Emirates, and other countries had donated to a monsoon disaster appeal, far more money is still required.
Salman Sufi reported that since June, there are over 1,000 fatalities and many displaced people. He claimed that the Pakistani government was making every effort to help its citizens.
Numerous rivers within the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province burst their banks, creating severe flash floods that forced thousands of individuals to leave their homes in the northwest of the country.
Junaid Khan, 23, told the AFP press agency , “The house which we built with years of arduous labour started sinking ahead of our eyes.” “We watched as our dream home sank.”
Pakistan has long struggled with economic problems, but even as we were ready to find a solution, the monsoon tragedy struck, he remarked. He noted that cash from numerous development projects has been redistributed to the impacted parties.
1- Does the flood have made the economic conditions of Pakistan worse?
Ans – Yes
2- what percentage people were affected?
Ans- Salman Sufi reported that since June, there are over 1,000 fatalities and many displaced people.
3- is that the flood the worst?
Ans – He said that the damages brought on by this season’s floods were like those allegedly caused by the greatest floods ever recorded in 2010–2011.