PESHAWAR Provincial Information Minister Mian Iftikhar Hussain has said that the colossal floods across the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa rendered huge losses to the region by worst affecting 3 million people, 777 deaths, 1,500 still missing and 766 sustaining injuries on account of various mishaps in the torrential rains. Certain areas of the province are under eminent threat of starvation as the shattering of infrastructure is still thwarting any access to these localities. He stated this while addressing a press conference at Officers Mess, Peshawar on Tuesday. The provincial spokesman further said that fetching of relief goods along with edibles was not possible to the Shangla, Kalam, Upper Dir as well as other far flung parts of the province and these areas were feared falling prey to starvation. However, the government would definitely fight the situation to getting access to these areas and providing relief goods to the people there with the help of using horses and ponies, he resolved adding that, action in this regard would be taken henceforth. Out of deaths of 777 people in various parts of the province due to the devastating floods and rains, 7 people each in Tank, Bannu and Kohistan, 11 in Dera Ismail Khan, 4 each in Lakki Marwat and Mardan, 28 in Mansehra, 9 in Abbottabad, 28 in Harripur, 35 each in Battagram and Peshawar, 39 in Charsadda, 161 in Nowshera, 5 in Swabi, 17 in Karak, 27 in Kohat, 2 in Hangu, 86 in Swat, 29 in Lower Dir, 8 in Malakand, 148 in Shangla, 16 in Buner and 64 people lost their lives in Upper Dir, informed the Information Minister. However, he added that due to the remoteness and shattering of infrastructure there were difficulties in receiving the exact figures of devastation from various parts of the province and there is fear of more loss of lives in the region. He further said that until now reports suggest that 19,730 houses were completely damaged in the province, 2,149 received partial damage while 200 roads were destroyed along with shattering of 91 bridges linking various parts of the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Eighty-five educational institutions and 257 water supply schemes were also rendered to a not. Mian Iftikhar informed that 7 relief camps were set up in Dera Ismail Khan along with 19 medical mobile teams which were extending relief to the masses there. In Peshawar, 22 government buildings were used as temporary shelter along with 22 medical camps while in Charsadda 117 government buildings were under use for extending shelter to the flood affectees wherein 12,225 affected people have been kept and served currently and 10 medical camps were also extending services there, he added and continued saying that 28 shelters in government buildings were extending relief to the affectees in Nowshera along with 6 medical camps. Rs 6 million have been allocated to relief activities in the province, added Mian Iftikhar while lingering on giving details of setting up of relief camps. He said that in Mardan 7 government building were under usage for flood affectees and a medical camp is also serving masses there. In Swabi 3 relief camps have been established in government buildings, 10 in Swat, 3 in Malakand, 11 in Shangla, while one relief camp in government building has been set up in district Buner. Mian Iftikhar informed that the 19th Division of Pak Army has established a helipad and base camp at the Grassy Ground in Swat while the district administration was in full collaboration with the Army to help fetch out the stranded tourists from Kalam.