More than 250 villages have been evacuated as water levels at the Manchar lake have risen to dangerous levels, with surplus water overflowing at zero point. Fresh floods from the lake may devastate towns and facilities including Sehwan airport and PARCO oil refinery. Officials say towns including Bhon and Jhingira are in danger of getting flooded which puts 250,000 people at risk. Work is underway to construct a spillway at Aral Wah to ease water pressure. Irrigation department officials have been directed t inspect the water levels while a state of emergency has been declared at the lake. Mass evacuations are underway as flood water from various canals has already inundated dozens of villages. Meanwhile more than 250 villages in Juhi area are flooded and the land route to Juhi remains suspended.