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Watch: Vehicles Washed Away After Cloudburst Triggers Flood Fury in Islamabad

Floods in Islamabad - Sputnik International, 1920, 28.07.2021
Intense rain showers have been lashing parts of Asia including India, Bangladesh, China, and Pakistan. The heavy monsoon spell has further led to landslides, floods and severe water-logging taking its toll in terms of life and property.
A cloudburst incident severely flooded several regions of Pakistan's capital city Islamabad on Wednesday and washed away several parked vehicles.
The calamity was confirmed by Muhammed Hamza Shafqaat, the Deputy Commissioner of Islamabad. 
​As of now, no deaths or injuries have been reported that were attributed to the incident. 
Visuals emerging from the affected regions, however, detail the horrifying situation in Islamabad as rains continue to lash the city.
Pakistan Army personnel as well as the district administration are carrying out search and rescue operations. 
​This is E-11 sector in Islamabad. Few hours rain created horrible scenes. We may see more similar scenes in the coming days. We can only control floods if we understand #ClimateCrises and #ClimateChange

​Parts of Islamabad / Rawalpindi as non stop Torrential Downpour occured. Sector E-11 and adjoining areas. #floods

​In collaboration with the district admn,#PakArmy rescued the flood emergency in Sector E-11 Islamabad.This is a tight slap for the lobbyists who are of the opinion that the military' job is to deal with borders.Never forget it's them always for your relief in every difficult time

​The fury of monsoon has been observed in India and Bangladesh this week. 
In a cloudburst incident that happened in the Kishtwar District of the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) union territory of India today, four people have been reported dead. Around 40 people have been reported missing in the incident. 
A day before, on 27 July, flash floods which followed a cloudburst killed one person in the Lahaul-Spiti region of Himachal Pradesh. One person has been reported dead and around 10 have been reported missing. Rescue missions are underway. 
Furthermore, in the Cox's Bazar town of Bangladesh, six persons, including five children were killed in a landslide incident on Wednesday. 
​Earlier this month, heavy rains spelled devastation in parts of China as well, killing 63 people as of 25 July. 
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