Staff reporter/ Agencies SIALKOT/SAMBRIAL/GUJRANWALA - A high flood peak of 19,400 cusec passed through flooded Naullah Aik near Sialkot causing no destruction of life and property but Naullah was still overflowing. According to Sialkot District Coordination Officer Mujahid Sher Dil, the flood situation was under control. He said that the district administration was monitoring flood situation round the clock. The floodwater also receded at Sialkot tehsils 23 villages which were inundated due to spate in flooded Naullah Dek in Friday evening following the fresh spell of heavy rains. Meanwhile, the Sialkot business community and district administration distributed food stuffs among the flood victims. On the other hand, the river Chenab was flowing normally at Head Marala, the irrigation department officials added. Meanwhile, at least 85 villages of Bajwat on Saturday were flooded due to overflow of River Jammu Tavi here. The affected villages land connection with other areas has been suspended due to overflow of floodwater in the river located near the affected villages. Also, the fast raging water has destroyed farmland stretched on hundreds of acres in the surrounding areas while people have been stuck at homes. According to the authorities concerned, the water inflow in River Tawi at Marala is 15,500 cusecs whereas the outflow in River Chenab is being recorded at 1,12,805 cusecs Floodwater from Daik Naullah entered 50 villages from Pasror to Qila Ahmadabad as Gujranwala received torrential showers. The water also destroyed vegetables on thousands of acres of land. Meanwhile, Basrool-Narowal Road was blocked due to the flood. Land links among villages also get disconnected. The district administration has directed rescue teams to shift stranded villagers to safer places. Trains services have been suspended because the railway tracks were also flooded from the water. Local people have complained that the district administration authorities did not inform them before flooding. They said that no political personality reached the spot for addressing problems of affected people. They said that their houses, mosques, farm lands and street have been inundated from the floodwater due to overflow of Daik Naullah.