Images of paradise lost part two from Kalasha valley Rukmu and Mumuret valley. People are in trouble, contaminated water, food crisis and health issues, standing crops washed away and remaining are about to dry-up as irrigation channels are washed away. More details photos could explain the situations in the valleys. To view large image click on the picture.
left side flood washed away road in Mumuret valley at village Darasgur and on right view of government primary School Darasguru village.
On left side road, Bashali (Maternity Home, where expectant mother enters for deliver, and women go there during their monthly cycle), shops washed away. View of Darasguru at same location people are trying to safe their remaining land and houses on left crops have been washed away by flood.
On left forest nursery washed away by flood the nursery was own by forest department Chitral, on right same place at Broon (Gandus) village where flood destroyed house
On right hand volunteers of Jamiat ul Dawa bring food items for flood affectees in Kalasha valley Mumuret, on right hand road has been damaged at Wadus village and further waning to the road condition could be seen in the image.
Wadus village at glance road has been damaged and on right hand a man is sleeping and without any fear although flood has been damaged and paralysed the valleys.
View of devastations and road situation in Mumuret valley near Wadus village at the end of Mumuret area while on left Taralakot a famous monument built by Mehtar during state times, that has been washed away by flood. On right the only jeep able bridge that was connecting Kalasha valleys to Ayun valley and Chitral town completely washed away.
Road condition towards Rukmu valley the flash floods had broken all records of past and washed away many places and communication system has been badly affected. Ishpata News team approached the valley on foot after walking many hours climbing up and downs plus cross mud-water that could be dangerous some time. Photo takem near Dubaz check point.
On right hand jeep able bridge of Acuhagha valley that was connecting Rukmu and Acuhagha valley to Mumuret and Ayun valley washed away. Aforesaid valley has been worst affected as well. On right side photo show the beginning of Rukmu valleys and devastation.
On right hand water mill washed away at Gombayak village and on right people are bring some foods from Ayun valley on their shoulder on their back
On right photo taken at Kotdesh village showing large destructions, on right side people are wondering to see large devastation that washed away Sakdar house and numbers of walnut trees photo taken at Chetguru village in Rukmu valley.
On right side Fazal Azim volunteer at KPDN crossing mud-water at Rukmu valley, on right Battet bridge washed away that was connecting Battet and Kalashagrom to main Rukmu valley on the road side.
On left two young Kalasha ladies are whispering about flood devastation at Malidesh near Kalashagrom and talking about ancient wisdom and Grom village in the front was main discussion. On right side flood is threating Kalashagrom village the crack could be worsen Kalashagrom village in near future if proper attention wouldn’t be given to the cracks caused by flood and land sliding.
On right hand standing crops are drying-up due to damages of irrigation channels, on right side women and children are washing cloths in mud-water.
On the left hand flood damaged road and land including garden, while on right side flood has changed the map of Rukmu valley photo taken near Balasdesh.
On the left side flood has damaged land, crops, trees at Baladesh and Chetguru while on right side people are struggling to restore water system to irrigate their crops.