ISLAMABAD (AFP) Pakistans nuclear sites and military installations remained safe and free from danger during the worst of the flooding to hit the country, the military said Thursday. There is no danger to our defence and nuclear installations from flooding, military spokesman Major General Athar Abbas told AFP. All our nuclear and military installations have remained safe and there is no further danger from flooding, Abbas added. Pakistan has a 325-megawatt Chinese-built nuclear power plant at Chashma, in south of Punjab province, and another being built on the left of the Indus River, which burst its banks. Weather forecasters signalled that the monsoon systems may ease off after three weeks of torrential rains triggered the devastating floods that have left nearly 1,500 people dead in Pakistans worst natural disaster.