At least seven people were killed in Lahore due to heavy rain, which caused flooding and infrastructure damage. The interim Chief Minister of Punjab, Mohsin Naqvi, stated that the deaths were caused by roof collapses, drowning, and electrocution. He mentioned that Lahore received a record-breaking rainfall of 291 millimetres, which was unexpected. Teams were dispatched to clear roads and drain water from affected areas. The Water And Sanitation Agency reported that over 200 millimetres of rainfall occurred in parts of the city within 10 hours. Areas such as Muslim Town, Garden Town, and Gulberg were heavily flooded. The Met Office predicted that showers would continue intermittently for the next 24 hours. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif instructed relief teams to be mobilized and directed government and disaster management authorities to assist. In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, three fatalities occurred from rain-related incidents. The provincial government and rescue services were put on high alert. Heavy rainfall was forecasted for other parts of the province, including Sialkot, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi, and Islamabad. The National Disaster Management Authority warned of urban flooding and advised precautions.
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