Navy teams along with trucks carrying ration bags containing basic necessities reached the affected sites.
Pakistan Navy on Thursday conducted rescue operation in suburb of Keti Bandar and Shah Bandar in Thatta and Sajawal districts of Sindh which were affected by cyclone Kyarr.
The surge of seawater and high waves caused by Cyclone Kyarr in Arabian Sea affected 300 houses in the area, Navy spokesperson further said.
Tropical Cyclone Maha is likely to track northwest wards and intensify more as severe cyclonic storm (SCS) during next 24 hours, Pakistan Meteorological Department said.
The residents of the settlement fearing surge in tidal waves in the night time were forced to take refuge at the nearby hill.
Protective dykes at various coastal areas of the district have been under immense pressure of the seawater, while a 30-feet wide breach has been developed at an embankment near Joho.
The United Nations food agency on Tuesday warned against tropical storm to landfall in northern Somalia.
NASA's GPM found the heaviest rainfall stretching from the northern to the eastern side of the storm where it was falling at a rate of over 40 mm (about 1.6 inches) per hour.
Scores of fishermen’s settlements in coastal belt of Makran reportedly came under the water, while a road in Pasni has submerged and the water entered at mud huts in Ormara, according to reports.