KARACHI/QUETTA (Agencies) - Rains continued to lash different parts of Sindh as three more people lost their lives in various rains and flood-related accidents. 120,000 pregnant women are among those affected, while breaches in canals and flooded sem nullahs inundated dozens of other villages in different districts of the province. Flood in Nari River submerged 40 villages in Nasirabad district of Balochistan. Heavy rains and floods have also adversely damaged the infrastructure in Badin, Dadu, Mirpur Khas, Sanghar, Thatta, Khairpur, Noushero Feroz, Noukot and other areas of Sindh. Link roads have been washed away in most parts of affected districts and people facing hardships are moving to safer places. Disruption of roads and other infrastructure is also badly affecting rescue and relief activities. Various villages of Nawabshah turned into virtual river where a 25-year-old youth drowned thanks to flooding of a saline nullah. Flood displaced people are sitting under open skies and are protesting against lack of relief from administration. Gastro and skin diseases are on the rise in the flood-smashed areas. A two-year-old child died of gastro at a relief camp of affectees from Khairpur area of Mirwah. Another gastro patient passed away in Moro as well. As much as 120,000 pregnant women are among those affected by the recent floods in Sindh. These women face a risk from water-borne diseases and several of them have been living without shelter. According to National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) spokesman, the chairman of NDMA has formed a task force to help these pregnant women. This task force will work together with the international and federal health agencies. The rains deluged agricultural crops spread on vast lands in Noushero Feroz, Thatta and other districts. Citizens on self assistance basis were busy to erect temporary embankments to stop the flow of water but the limited scale operation with no resources was proving to be of no use. The flood victims in Dadu staged a protest demonstration against the administration that snatched from them the goods doled out by NGOs. District Thatta is buckling under far worse conditions with flooding of saline nullahs submerged under water vast lands in two union councils in Tehsil Jati and eight UCs in Mirpur Buthoro. Three students were hurt when portion of a roof of Girls School Baberloi collapsed on Friday. Those injured identified as Naila, Fahemida and Samina were sent to the local hospital for treatment. The building had been damaged by recent rain. The students protested against authorities for their negligence. They demanded construction of new building for their school. DPO Sanghar Abdullah Shaikh said that District Sanghar has been declared calamity hit as water level is rising and people are suffering with each passing day. He said, We have established relief camps in schools and provided food, clothes and other basic necessities adding, we are trying that, whatever government is providing, should be distributed equally among the affectees. Replying to a question he said that no exact figure can be given right now because there are so many small towns and it would take time to figure out that how many of those are damaged. Our Staff Reporter adds: In Balochistan, flood in Nari River and Kaboloa Lake after heavy torrential rains in upper parts of Balochistan submerged more than 40 villages, displacing a larger number of families in Nasirabad and Jaffarabad districts. According to reports, torrential rains caused floods which washed away more than two dozen of villages in Tehsil Tambo. Nasirabad deputy commissioner told the reporters here that the district government had already launched relief activities in rain affected areas, especially in Tambo tehsil, besides shifting the affected families to safer places. However, he sought the NGOs assistance in the relief activities. Heavy rains and floods also caused damages in Jaffarabad district. Sources said over one dozen villages were affected owing to heavy rains and floods in tehsil Gandhaka that damaged a number of mud-houses and rendered a large number of dwellers homeless. The flood also swept away household items and roads, besides disrupting electricity system.