The Punjab Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) has issued a warning regarding a dangerous increase in the water level in case India releases more water if the country receives more monsoon rains.
A PDMA spokesman stated that the water influx may have an impact on the districts of Kasur, Okara, Pakpattan, Vehari, Bahawalnagar, Lodhran, Multan, and Bahawalpur.
According to Punjab's Relief Commissioner, Nabeel Javed, there are worries about the condition of the Indian dams and that it may be necessary to evacuate the communities near the River Sutlej. All concerned authorities are also on high alert.
According to the PDMA, there has been a high-level flood at Ganda Singh Wala, the water flow at Islam Headworks has surged to 151,000 cusecs, and Sulemanki is experiencing a medium-level flood.
The representative also stated that all rivers, dams, barrages, and streams were continuously monitored from the PDMA control room.
The River Sutlej is at high flood level at Ganda Singh Wala and Islam Headworks and medium flood level at Sulemanki Headworks, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department's (PMD) Flood Forecasting Division (FFD).
According to the prediction, the River Indus was only slightly flooded at the headworks at Kalabagh, Chashma, and Guddu.
Additionally, it stated that across the upper catchments of all significant rivers, scattered wind thunderstorms or rain of moderate intensity with isolated heavy falls were likely during the course of the next 24 hours.
Mohsin Naqvi, the interim chief minister of Punjab, also went to the relief camp along the Sutlej River in Attari Village, Okara.
"107 villages in Sahiwal Division were affected by severe flooding. 82,000 people were evacuated, 16,000 in the Attari camp only. 36,000 animals were saved. 11 relief camps are in Sahiwal, and there are 40 boats in use, according to caretaker CM Naqvi.
"Rescue teams and district administration tirelessly evacuating flood-affected areas. Thank you, Pak Army, for medical aid and support in relief efforts," he added.