In Punjab, at the Taunsa Barrage and Chashma Barrage, the Flood Forecasting Division (FFD) on Sunday issued a high-level flood warning for the Indus River.
Express News reports that a big flood is also occurring on the Kabul River as water levels in rivers and dams around the nation are rising dangerously.
The FFD also issued orders for the locals to leave the area and relocate to safer areas.
The Indus River System Authority (IRSA) has also warned of a high level of mercury in the river.
In the meantime, the Taunsa Barrage and Sukkur Barrage in the Indus River have also received flood warnings from the Indus River System Authority (IRSA).
IRSA estimates that the inflow of water at the Sukkur Barrage is 562,000 cusecs whereas it is 515,000 cusecs at the Taunsa Barrage.
IRSA stated in a statement that Nowshera, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, is experiencing a medium degree of flooding while the Chashma Barrage is experiencing a flow of water of 305,000 cusecs.
Further information indicated that the water inflow at Tarbela in the Indus River is 311,000 cubic seconds, that at Mangla Dam in Jhelum is 53,000 cubic seconds, and that at Kala Bagh is 425,000 cubic seconds.
Additionally, the flow rates are 66,000 cusecs at Marala on the Chenab River, 485,000 cusecs at Guddu Barrage, and 334,000 cusecs at Kotri Barrage.
According to the statement, since April 1, about 13.8 million acre-feet of water have been diverted to the sea, even though the dams have a total water storage capacity of 9.2 million.