Mudflows cause serious damage to Jomi district
Mudflows caused by torrential rain on the night of May 13-14 have caused serious damage to a number of villages in the Jomi district, Khatlon province.
Mirali Halimov, the deputy chief of the Khatlon emergency management agency, told Asia-Plus Friday afternoon that mudflows damaged agricultural fields in the district and more than 300 meters of the Yovon-Jomi-Uyali road. No injured was reported, according to him.
In the meantime,
heavy rains flooded basements of a number of apartment buildings and several
private houses at the Bahor and Pushkin
streets in the city of
Flood affects village in Shahritus
that hit the Shahritus district, Khatlon
province Thursday afternoon caused flood that affected the
According to him, the flood affected 116 houses in Pakhtaobod; nine houses were destroyed completely. Fortunately, no casualties were reported.
The families that were left homeless are currently living at their relatives’ homes or in mosques. All of them are provided with food products and primary necessities, Ochildiyev said.
A special commission has been set up in Shahritus to assess the actual volume of damage caused by the flood and mitigate its effects.
of Armenia on May 13 made a decision to allocate 100,000 U.S. dollars to
“Taking into account
that the powerful flood caused human casualties and serious damage to
mudflows that hit a number of districts in Khatlon
province have caused serious damage to