BBC Documentary: Anger in Punjab province growing since floods

November 29, 2010

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Officials say as many as 22 million people have been affected during Pakistan's worst flooding in 80 years.

More than six million people in Pakistan now face the start of winter without adequate shelter because their homes were destroyed in August's devastating floods.

Many Pakistanis are increasingly angry and accuse the government of failing to help them. They also claim that official corruption played a major part in the flood damage itself.

The BBC’s Jill McGivering, who reported on the floods last August, went back to Pakistan to investigate the allegations.

This documentary was provided by the BBC World Service.