PESHAWAR: Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) on Monday issued complete report on destruction caused by heavy rainfall in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) in past 10 days.

The rain began late Thursday across the country, with the southwestern province of Balochistan and northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa worst hit.

According to the report, as many as thirty people have lost their lives while 22 have sustained severe wounds from March 11 to March 20.

It stated that nine people dead in Chitral, five in Peshawar, two in Bannu, two in Swabi, five in Lower Dir, one in Tank, two in Malakand, one in Lakki Marwat, one in Shangla and two have succumbed to injuries in Mardan.

Poorly-built homes, particularly in rural areas, are most susceptible to collapse during heavy spring rains.

About 111 houses have been demolished due to heavy downpour in the province. 33 houses were destroyed in Peshawar, 15 in Abbottabad, 16 in Swabi, two in Bannu, two in Lower Dir, one in Tank, eight in Malakand, four in Upper Dir, two in Lakki Marwat while 13 houses were collapsed in Shangla.

The report also disclosed that as many as 154 animals were killed in the natural disaster.

On the other hand, the overall death toll from torrential rain has risen to 90. The heavy showers also triggered landslides in various areas of Azad Kashmir which left several homes destroyed. Communication system also went down due to the rain.