The Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Mahmood Khan made the announcement that all government buildings will be opened to aid flood victims.
According to the Provincial Minister for Higher Education Kamran Khan Bangash, CM has given orders to open government buildings for the victims. Bangash said that all higher education offices, libraries, and institutions in the flood-affected areas have opened their doors to the displaced people.
Following significant monsoonal downpours, several cities in the province are currently battling devastating floods. After Nowshera, Charsadda is also in danger of flooding.
The flood caused by rain has destroyed the Munda Headworks Bridge, putting the Charsadda and Nowshera districts at risk of extreme flooding.
The irrigation system was devastated, and the land connection between Shabqadar and Prang tehsils was cut as a result of the bridge being carried away. The Charsadda district is also more susceptible to a significant flood than Nowshera. The local population is being evacuated.
The flood in Charsadda is very high, and the water level is continuing to rise. Hundreds of flood victims are spending the night outside in the open on the roadway where they have found refuge.
The local government already issued a flood warning as a result of which no injuries have been documented to date in the said areas.