Pakistan's Sindh sees after-effect of floods

As flood waters recede and reach downstream, many living in path of Indus river displaced.

    The flood waters that devastated parts of Pakistan's Punjab province have started to recede and move downstream.

    Pakistan's government was forced to breach river dykes dispersing water over rural areas to protect major cities.

    Now the flood waters have reached Sindh province further down the Indus river. Those living in the riverbed, in the path of the Indus river, have been moved to higher ground.

    Al Jazeera's Nicole Johnston reports from Ghotki, Sindh province, Pakistan.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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