August 17, 2013. In the past two weeks in Pakistan are continuing torrential rains that have caused the death of 93 people. Another 94 people received injuries of varying severity.
Destroyed more than two thousand houses, the rains affected 58 hectares of crops. In addition, the rains have broken the habitual way of life of more than 84 thousand people in Pakistan, according to the portal TwoCircles.net.
The most significant damage occurred Sindh. There killed 22 people. Rains caused flooding podtopilo 15 villages and led to the destruction of 193 houses in the provinces.
At least 21 people were killed in the north-western province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. Destroyed 149 houses, as well as several bridges and highways. In the province of Punjab, killing at least 18 people. In Balochistan, have become victims of disaster 16 people.
Every year the monsoon rains begin in Pakistan in June and continue until the beginning of September. The most devastating floods in the country's history occurred in 2010. Then, 1,540 people were killed and more than 557,000 homes have been destroyed.