KARACHI/PESHAWAR/ISLAMABAD (INP) The torrential monsoon rains continued to wreak havoc across the country, particularly Sindh, as 30 people were reported killed in various rain-related incidents on Friday. Lahore, Peshawar, Islamabad, Rawalpindi and other upper parts of the country also witnessed heavy downpour. The devastating rains killed at least 30 people besides destroying crops and houses in the Sindh province. Some 30 people died due to falling roofs on Thursday night, said an official at the disaster management authority. As many as 15 people were reported dead in Mirpurkhas, the worst-affected city, he said. The rains have also destroyed crops and forced hundreds of people to leave their homes, he added. The meteorological office forecast more rains this week. Six members of a family were killed when roof of a house collapsed in Mirpurkhas. Reportedly, due to heavy downpour on late Thursday night, roof of a house in Bhansinghabad area caved in. As a result, six people of a family were killed and eight others sustained serious injuries. The deceased were identified as Alishpa, 1, Mst Khanam, 60, Mst Shaheen, 30, Mohammad Akram, 60, Salman, 3, and Waseem, 25. The injured - Mohammad Aslam, Shereen, Farzana, Noreen, Husnain, Naeem, Noshi and Nida - were shifted to civil hospital for treatment. The bodies of the deceased were handed over to their relatives after legal formalities. Separately, an elderly woman, Rani, sustained critical injuries as a wall fell on her at village Ghulam Qadir Mari area, near Mirwah Gorchani Town. She was taken to civil hospital for treatment. On Thursday, seven persons including two children were killed and 28 persons were injured in rain-related incidents in the district. Mirpurkhas DCO Ghulam Hussain Memon announced Rs100,000 compensation for the relatives of each victim. Other districts of Sindh including Thatta, Badin, Makli and Hyderabad also suffered as the rainwater inundated the low-lying areas. Many areas of Hyderabad including Sabzi Mandi, Railway Colony, Latifabad No2 and 6 were affected by heavy rainfall. On the other hand, the downpour hampered relief activities in the affected areas as routes to the rain-hit villages were blocked with floodwater. The district administration set up 30 relief camps but the affected people complained that inadequate facilities were being provided at these makeshift shelters. A 40-feet wide breach developed in Mithrao Canal and the floodwater entered Naukot city. The water level rose to 1747.5 feet in Rawal Dam after which the dam administration started blowing sirens and opened the spillways for reducing the water pressure. On the other hand, the Met office has forecast more rain along with winds for most parts of Sindh, Southern Punjab, Balochistan, DI Khan, Bahawalpur, Multan, Banu, Peshwar, Kohat, Hazara division and Kashmir during the next 24 hours. . Last year, the worst floods in Pakistan had affected 21 million people and killed another 1,750. Charities accuse Pakistan of since failing to invest in prevention measures.