QUETTA - Two children were killed and some other people wounded as the torrential rains lashed out different parts of the Balochistan on Thursday while many villages have been submerged in flood water in Sibi, Zhob and Kohlu. Floodwater from Lehri and Talli rivers entered in Sultan Kot and Talli. Resultantly, a child died and two others received injuries after roof of their house collapsed in Chakar Mari. Flood disrupted relief operations in different areas of Sibi and its adjacent districts. 16 more trucks loaded with relief goods have reached Sibi, however, relief goods could not be distributed among affectees due to flood in Sultan Kot and Talli areas, an official of Red Crescent, Sabir Durrani told reporters. Reports suggest that after a breach in dam in Bolan many villages including Shakar Abad, Jaria Khan Gola, Mehboobabad, Abdul Reham Kot, Azatpur and Mir Shahwani Kuri were submerged in flood water, compelling people to move towards safer places. Four power pylons also collapsed owing to floodwater in Dhadar that suspended power supply in different areas. On the other hand, water level in different dams have increased in Kohlu district and flood water has killed a baby girl and wounded two others. Road connecting Balochistan with Punjab has been blocked once again. Deputy Commissioner Kohlu, Nasrullah, told newsmen that communication system, electricity and road networks were badly affected. Road links with other parts of province and Punjab have been completely disconnected while relief goods provided by Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) were insufficient that has multiplied the miseries of affected people, he added. He said that district government had demanded PDMA for provision of 12,000 tents but so far only 400 tents had been sent to the area, which were insufficient to cater the needs of thousands of affectees. He said that people were taking shelter in schools building but due to constant downpours and floods these buildings had become weak and could collapse at any time. Deputy Commissioner Kohlu appealed to government for provision of more relief goods so that problems of affectees could be reduced and added that Frontier Corps was helping district administration in provision of goods to the affectees. Over 50 mud-houses were collapsed due to heavy rains in Zhob district and its adjacent areas. However, no casualty was reported from the area. Provincial Minister, Mir Muhammad Amin Umrani has strongly criticised National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) for not allowing national and international organisations which wanted to provide relief goods and assistance to the affectees of Balochistan. He demanded that Chief Minister and Chief Secretary Balochistan should take notice of it and allow national and international welfare organizations to help the afectees as NDMA lacked the resources and manpower to provide relief to the affectees. International welfare organisations were also barred from providing relief in Gwadar and other coastal areas of Balochistan which were badly hit by Phet Cyclone, he added. The Director General Provincial Management Authority, Hassan Baloch told this ascribe that new series of torrential rains and flood had affected many areas including Qila Saifullah, Zhob and Sibi district. However, relief activities were underway in almost all affected areas. He said that PDMA was making all out efforts to provide relief goods and rescue the affectees.