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Floods hit Jammu and Kashmir

Army personnel rescued flood-affected villagers of Mirbaazar in Kulgam district after heavy rains deluged the village.

At least 50 people, who formed part of a barat, were feared killed on Thursday afternoon when the bus in which they were travelling washed away in flash floods. With this the total number of people killed in the floods in the Jammu province has now gone up to 62.

People are being evecauted in boats as others walk in submerged roads in Flood waters in Bemina, Srinagar on Thursday. (Source: Express photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

The bus carrying a marriage party was washed away in flash floods in Gambhir river in Rajouri district while crossing the Laam-Darhal-Moushera Road, according to an Army officer.

People move towards the safer places as they walk in the submergerd in Flood water roads in Bemina Srinagar on Thursday . (Source: Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

The fresh causalities were reported from Poonch district where three persons were washed away, while two women lost their lives in Reasi district, police said.

People move towards safer places as they walk in the submergerd in Flood water roads in Bemina Srinagar on Thursday. (Source: Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

A car submerged in flooded area in Srinagar. (Source: Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

More of the flooded roads in Srinagar. (Source: Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

A houseboat on the banks of flooded Jhelum river. (Source: Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

A man carrying his children to safer places in the main city Srinagar. (Source: Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

A family wading through the flooded streets on bicycle. (Source: Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi) (Source: Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

A shikara in the flooded Jhelum. (Source: Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

People standing on a bridge as they watch the overflooded river. (Source: Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

Army personnel rescuing flood-affected villagers of Mirbaazar in Kulgam district after heavy rains deluged the village on Wednesday. (Source: PTI)

Army personnel rescuing flood-affected villagers of Mirbaazar with a rope in Kulgam district after heavy rains deluged the village. (Source: PTI)

Army, CRPF and Civil Defence personnel rescuing flood-hit people at Akran Nowpora in Kulgam district on Wednesday. Authorities announced flood threats in various parts of Kashmir valley following heavy rains. (Source: PTI)

A youth attempts to move at safer place using a rope at Akran Nowpora in Kulgam after heavy rains deluged nearby villages. (Source: PTI)

Locals rescuing flood-affected villagers of Mirbaazar in Kulgam district after heavy rains deluged the village on Wednesday. (Source: PTI)

Locals rescuing flood-affected villagers at Akran Nowpora in Kulgam after heavy rains deluged nearby villages. (Source: PTI)