The State Ministry for Disaster Management said that in addition to human losses, the flood caused heavy financial damage to citizens by affecting thousands of acres of agricultural land.
"120 people have been martyred and 152 others were wounded in these floods," said Mohammad Naseem Haqqani, a spokesman for the State Ministry for Disaster Management.
Meanwhile, the residents of Paktia province said that the recent floods have affected the drinking water in the province.
"There have been some human losses and damages in the districts. It affected the streets," said Asadullah, a resident of Paktia.
"The canals and wells which the people have been using for drinking water and agricultural lands have been destroyed," said Rahmatullah Ziarmal, a resident of Paktia.
Over the last month, the flooding occurred in more than ten provinces of Afghanistan and caused damage to public construction, including highways and roads.