According to reports in the national media, flooding was effective in the Kasur region on the Indian border, 60 kilometers from the city of Lahore in Punjab.
Authorities announced that 14 thousand people were evacuated from flood-hit villages in Kasur region to safe areas in the last 6 days.
Pakistan Meteorology Department has warned the public of the possibility of flooding, announcing that heavy rains will continue throughout the next week in Balochistan and Sind province.
Heavy rains in India also caused the rivers flowing from this country to Pakistan to overflow.
After the monsoon rains, the evacuation of people started in the villages close to the border in Pakistan on July 10, after India left water from the dams on the Ravi River.
In Pakistan, 91 people lost their lives in disasters and accidents caused by monsoon rains on 25 June-12 July.
Monsoon rains in the period of June-September every year cause great damage in Pakistan.
Last year, 1739 people died in Pakistan due to the floods caused by the monsoon rains, and it was announced that the cost of the disaster to the country was over 30 billion dollars.