Pakistan and India floods: Anger growing over aid response
Pakistani authorities are facing growing anger over their response to the country's worst flooding since 2010.
More than 700,000 villagers have been forced to flee their homes with 254 reported to have died in the last few days. Parts of Indian-administered Kashmir have also been badly affected.
Many of those displaced in Pakistan have complained of poor emergency food supplies and a slow response to rescue people still trapped by the floods.
Andrew North reports from Jhang in Pakistan's Punjab province.
10 Sep 2014
- From the section Asia