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More than a thousand people have died in Pakistan floods, leaving Queen Elizabeth “very distressed.”

More than 1,000 people have died as a result of extensive flooding in Pakistan this summer, according to Queen Elizabeth.

In Pakistan, unusually high monsoon rains have caused flash floods that have affected 33 million people and approximately one million dwellings. There have reportedly been at least 1,061 fatalities.Queen Elizabeth wrote to President Arif Alvi and stated:

“I am incredibly grieved to learn about the horrible deaths and devastation brought on by the floods in Pakistan. All individuals who have been impacted as well as those battling adversity to aid in the recovery efforts are in my thoughts. Pakistan is supported by the United Kingdom as you move past these horrible occurrences.

The note was made public by Buckingham Palace and was signed “Elizabeth R.”According to Pakistani authorities, the destruction is worse than in 2010, when floods claimed 1,700 lives.

According to Chief of Army Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa, the recovery process could take years.The UN announced last week that it has allotted £2.6 million for UN relief organisations and their partners to respond to the floods in Pakistan.

Sherry Rehman, the federal minister for climate change, claimed that climate change is mostly to blame for the nation’s heavy rainfall this year.

All four of the country’s provinces have been impacted by the extraordinary rains, which have damaged more than 150 bridges and washed out countless highways, making rescue efforts challenging.In order to assist civilian authorities in rescue and relief efforts around the nation, at least 6,500 soldiers have been called into service.

After touring several flood-affected communities in the nation’s northwest on Monday, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif promised that the government will provide accommodation for individuals who had lost their homes.