At least 32 people were killed as monsoon rains wreaked havoc in northern areas and eastern Punjab. The Disaster Management (DM) authorities Thursday said that more than thirty people have been reportedly killed since rains started early this week, dozens wounded, and more than a hundred have been rendered homeless in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province and Kashmir. The Metrological Department (MD) has forecast more heavy rains in Kashmir, Punjab, Islamabad, and KP. Earlier, a warning of flash floods was issued. The rains will continue for two more days, said the MD in its weather forecast report. Meanwhile, media reported that several villages have been inundated in Punjab and KP districts. Hundreds of poor people are being forced to spend days in open fields as their homes have been destroyed in floods. Pakistan suffered the worst flooding in its 65-year history in 2010. Floodwaters inundated one-fifth of the country, an area larger than England, and killed over 1,700 people. Over 20 million people were affected.