Manchhar Lake Cut: Army, Rangers Deployed To Assist Civil Administration.

A day after the water level in Sindh's Manchhar Lake rose to a 'dangerous level', a cut was made in the water body's dyke on Sunday to release pressure while Pakistan Army and Rangers personnel were deployed to assist the civil administration.

Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon said that the cut to the lake was administered on Sunday to save Sehwan from flooding.

The cut will affect Wahar, Jafarabad, Deobak, Arazi, and Channai, and other UCs, he added.

The move will impact 125,000 people and dozens of villages will be flooded. However, a large number of local residents in the area have been evacuated.

Officials emphasised that the water level in Manchar Lake had risen to a dangerous level and the measure was taken to save cities.

It merits mention that the death toll from...

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