Chairman Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) Shakeel Durani said that formation of a safety commission has been suggested to ensure security and protection of dams and barrages in the country adding that WAPDA had to face approximately Rs 3 billion loss owing to flood devastations. Talking to media here on Monday, he said that no mega project of WAPDA has suffered any damage in floodwaters and all the dams and barrages remained safe in floodwaters, however to avert any mishap in future a safety commission for dams and barrages have been suggested. He also said that WAPDA had to face approximately Rs 3 billion loss owing to flood devastations across the country adding that owing to flashfloods about 14 million acre feet water would be swept into sea. Chairman WAPDA also informed that upgradation work of Tarbela and Mangla has been in the progress and the construction work on Bhasha dam would also be initiated from next month adding that construction on 'Akhoori-Khatak' dam would be started with the consultation of the four provinces. He also emphasized, if Kala Bagh Dam had been constructed, devastations in Nowshera might have multiplied owing back flow of floodwater from that dam adding that ANP stance on KBD is correct.