According to Pakistani media reports, at least 39 people were killed and 135 others injured in Pakistan and Sindh provinces of Pakistan as Massive thunderstorms lashed several parts of Pakistan. On behalf of Pakistan's National Disaster Management Authority, it has been told that 13 people in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, 11 in Balochistan, 10 in Punjab and five in Sindh have died.
According to the news of the Pakistani newspaper Dawn, an intermittent downpour in western central and eastern parts of the country for the past few days has rendered mud houses susceptible to the collapse, landslides, and floods in some areas have already made roads dangerous for travel. Several buildings collapsed due to the storm in Punjab and at least 10 people, including two women, died. Apart from this, nine people including a child were killed due to the flood in Balochistan, due to which the authorities declared Emergency on Monday. Three people, including two children, died on Tuesday due to floods in different parts of the province.
Apart from this, three people died after the roof of a house collapsed in Chitral valley of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. At the same time, 10 more people died in other areas of the state.
The Express Tribune reported that road connectivity has collapsed in floods in Quetta, Gwadar, Chagai, Harnai, Dukki, Jivani, Jafarabad, Kohlu, Sibi, Barkhan, Chaman and other districts of Balochistan. According to officials, due to the storm in Karachi Four people, including two women, died, four fishermen went missing and 12 others injured.