This image from July 2011 shows displaced villager Ellahi Bux wading through floodwaters caused by rising water levels in the Indus river.—File Photo

PESHAWAR: The flood warning cell, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Saturday reported low flood in Indus River at Khairabad and in Panjkora River at Dir.

River Indus at Khairabad was discharging 235700 cusec of water while Panjkora River at Dir was reported with 14553 cusec of water discharge.

Both the rivers were recorded in low flood at these points while the flow of other rivers in the province was as normal.

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