Manchar lake on Saturday overflowed after water level reached whopping 22 ft in the lake.
Authorities are on excessive alert as they concern that extend in water strain should harm or even wreck doorways of the lake.
On the other hand, authorities have additionally opened spillways of Khanpur Dam as water level will increase to an alarming level in the dam. Administration has closed all roads main to the dam and has directed locals to are trying to find refuge at safer positions.
Meanwhile, floods have claimed fifty seven extra lives, elevating the loss of life toll to 1265 with over 33 million affected with the aid of the devastation.
So far, 257 humans misplaced their lives in Balochistan, 470 in Sindh, 188 in Punjab, 285 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, forty two in Azad Kashmir and 22 in Gilgit- Baltistan.
Earlier, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif stated that no compromise would be made on transparency and the flood affectees will by no be left by myself at any cost.
The high minister stated that flood-stricken human beings that authorities would no longer go away them by myself till all of the households had been rehabilitated.
PM Shehbaz Sharif had introduced one hundred million for the rehabilitation of Bobar village in Gilgit’s Ghizar district badly affected through the flash floods.