After the floods in Pakistan, now there is another disaster, many deaths are happening one after the other.

Pakistan had to face terrible floods this time. In this disaster caused by nature, the life of a large number of people got disturbed and thousands of people lost their lives. Apart from this, more than 5 lakh people became homeless. During the floods, Pakistan had to face a lot of trouble, but still the situation is not under control. Actually, people are dying even after the floods in Pakistan.

In such a situation, the question is, what is causing the deaths in Pakistan now and what do the experts have to say about these deaths. So let us know the answers to these questions and try to understand what is the situation in Pakistan right now…

What is the situation in Pakistan?

Let us tell you that when there was a flood in Pakistan recently, about 1500 people lost their lives in it. But, even after the rain has subsided, the process of death is not stopping and this figure is increasing continuously. Now people are dying in Pakistan not because of rain or water but due to diseases. Actually, now the outbreak of water board disease ie water-borne diseases has increased in Pakistan.

Often after floods, there is a fear of spreading diseases due to dirty water, dirt and the same has happened in Pakistan. After the floods in Pakistan, many diseases have spread, due to which the death toll has increased. According to the Aljazeera report, more than 300 people have died due to flood-related causes. At the same time, more than five lakh people have become homeless due to the floods.

Which diseases are at risk?

Now water is stagnant for several kilometers. Malaria, dengue, fever, diarrhea and skin related diseases are increasing continuously due to stagnant water. Along with this, stomach related diseases have also increased a lot. It is being told the most havoc in Sindh province of Pakistan, because this part was affected a lot in the recent floods. Now Pakistani officials say that it may take two to six months for the water to run out. Because of this, many people are sick and many people have even died.

WHO also warned?

Recently, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that water supply has been disrupted in the flood-affected areas of Pakistan, due to which people are not even getting clean water. Along with this, the risk of developing diseases has also increased. Tedros had said that stagnant water can cause mosquito breeding, which can spread diseases like malaria and dengue. Also, WHO has named it as the second disaster.

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