The number of lives lost due to floods and rains in Pakistan has reached 1663, of which 614 are children, 716 men and 333 women, per the NDMA.
The death toll recorded for children in Sindh is 319, higher than men at 292 and 136 women. In Punjab, 26 fatalities of children were recorded and added to the cumulative data, taking the total toll to 216 in the province, of which 76 are children, 92 men and 48 women. In Balochistan fatalities recorded so far are 323, of which 97 are children, 80 women and 146 men. In KP, 306 lives have been lost, which include 116 children, 41 women and 149 men.
Of the 12865 injured people, 4006 are children, 5407 are men and 3452 women.
The casualties were documented from 23 till 24 September, in Rajanpur, Mianwali, Lahore, Layyah, Jhang, Kasur, Pakpattan, Sahiwal, Jamshoro, Sukkur, Ghotki, Naushero Feroze, Barkhan and Kachi. The causes of deaths noted are drowning, electrocution and house collapse.
Damages to Infrastructure, Properties and Houses:
The number of damaged houses is more than 2 million, of which 1.22 million are partially damaged and 827003 are destroyed. Sindh has 1.82 million damaged houses, of which 1 million are partially damaged and 742695 fully damaged. In Punjab, 25854 of the 67981 damaged houses are fully destroyed. In KP, 91463 are damaged and 37525 are destroyed. The situation report makes a note of the difference in confirmed and tentative estimates of damage to houses in Balochistan. The cumulative data shows 20027 as fully destroyed and 72235 as damaged overall, but tentative estimates state 65000 houses in Balochistan are destroyed fully.
The toll of livestock perished has crossed 1.1 million, of which 414869 were lost in Sindh, 205106 in Punjab, 21328 in KP. The confirmed number of lost livestock is 322393 in Balochistan but estimates state about 500000 are killed.
Nationwide, 13074 kilometers of roads remain impacted. In AJK, damage to 18 more bridges was recorded, which brought the number of bridges affected to 410 in the country.