The move of water on the Munda Headworks bridge which collapsed final evening has slowed down, however the specter of floods in Charsadda and Nowshera districts stays.
The bridge had damaged down in a single day because of the extreme strain of flood water, which disconnected Tehsil Shabqadar and Prang from the district.
As per media studies, the move of water at Munda Headworks has lowered from 260,000 cusecs to 135,000 cusecs, stated Charsadda Deputy commissioner Abdur Rehman Saturday morning.
In view of the anticipated flood, close by localities had been evacuated, he stated, including that the emergency measure was taken to keep away from any human loss.
The deputy commissioner stated that 17 aid camps have been established in Charsadda to take care of any emergency state of affairs.
“Kabul River remains to be operating in excessive flood,” he stated, including that the move of water within the river is recorded at 280,000 cusecs.
“Water stage remains to be excessive at Khayali Bridge in Kabul River,” he added.
A flash flood of 400,000 is predicted to move by the Kabul Rives within the subsequent few hours, he warned.
The deputy commissioner confirmed that the flood water entered a number of areas within the district.
The Munda Headworks bridge incident occurred late at evening on Friday at round 11pm. The residents had been then suggested to go away their properties and go to authorities designated camps.