SRI MAGAR – Heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and flooding large swaths of northern India and Pakistan has killed nearly 300 people, officials said.
India-administered Kashmir, five days of continuous rain, submerging hundreds of villages and triggered landslides, more than five decades, the region’s worst floods killed at least 120 people have left officials said. In neighboring Pakistan, saying the situation had become an official one, with more than 160 people have been killed and thousands of houses collapsed “national emergency.”
Relief in both countries and many villages submerged as floodwaters rose to tens of thousands of people trapped in their homes to try to reach the helicopter and boats were using.
Srinagar, the main city in Indian Kashmir in the rescue efforts, large parts of the city submerged by the fast-moving flood water was impressed.