ISLAMABAD WAPDA has suffered a loss of over Rs 13 billion, as the floods damaged power projects, distribution lines and grid stations. However, the losses with regard to water projects and irrigation system are higher than the abovementioned figures. According to official data, the power sector infrastructure had faced huge loss in the flood-affected areas. The flood damaged a large number of grid stations, transmission lines and distribution system infrastructure. Some partial damages to some under-construction power plants have also been witnessed. A grid station of 132 KV has been completely damaged in Madian. The floods damaged some other GS including 132 KV in Swat, 132 KV in Prova, 66 KV in Bankorai and 132 KV in Nowshera. The floods damaged transmission lines and it was also causing hurdles in electricity supply to the many areas. Four towers of 132 KV Chadara Swat transmission line have been completely damaged, however, 32 towers of different transmission lines have been partially damaged. The irrigation system suffered huge losses and it required billion for rehabilitation. In Sindh, Tori Flood Protection Bund (1st line of defence) located 30km downstream right-bank of Guddu Barrage has been damaged at many places. In Balochistan, many schemes of irrigation have suffered destruction. A total of 64 irrigation schemes have been damaged that require Rs 2.1 billion for restoration. A total of 54 flood protection schemes have been damaged and these would require around Rs 3.4 billion for revival. Only in Rabi Canal, there are 35 breaches, which are needed to be repaired immediately and other drainage system canals have been also damaged. In KP Munda Headworks have been totally washed away and there are several breaches in irrigation network as well.