Pakistan races to keep floodwaters out of vital power station that supplies electricity to millions

The authorities in Pakistan are rushing to protect a vital power station from flooding in the country’s south. If unsuccessful, electricity supply to six districts could be cut off, affecting millions. ​​Almost all of Dadu district in the southern province of Sindh has been inundated — including the Indus Highway, which is a key transport link. Workers are creating gaps along the expressway to allow water to flow and prevent further flooding. A record monsoon, combined with glacial melt, have flooded nearly a third of Pakistan.

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