Pakistan struggles to keep flooding away from a power plant that provides millions of people

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Last Updated on September 12, 2022 by Bitfinsider

According to reports, authorities in Pakistan are rushing to build a dike in front of a crucial power plant that provides electricity to millions of people in order to safeguard it from the growing threat of floods.

33 million people have been affected by floods caused by unprecedented monsoon rains and glacier melt in the mountainous north, which have killed about 1,400 people and caused $30 billion in damages to houses, roads, railways, animals, and crops.

The government and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres have both attributed the catastrophic weather that caused the flooding that swamped roughly a third of the 220 million-person country on climate change.

Six provincial districts are served by the electrical station in the Dadu district of Sindh’s southern province, one of the region’s most hit areas.

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