Authorities were still trying to reach cut-off villages in the mountainous north.
It said 28 people had died in the previous 24 hours, but authorities were still trying to reach cut-off villages in the mountainous north.
The annual monsoon is essential for irrigating crops and replenishing lakes and dams across the Indian subcontinent, but each year it also brings a wave of destruction.
Officials say this year's monsoon flooding has affected more than 33 million people â€” one in seven Pakistanis â€” destroying or badly damaging nearly a million homes.
The NDMA said more than two million acres of cultivated crops have been wiped out, 3,457 kilometres (about 2,200 miles) of roads destroyed, and 157 bridges washed away.