PESHAWAR While Eid is drawing near, most of the people displaced by floods in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are getting ready to return their damaged homes. So far, 45,000 internally displaced persons have gone back to their homes from camps established in the government-run schools across the province especially in Peshawar. Due to devastating floods in the province thousands of people had been displaced who were accommodated at relief camps established in 1050 schools across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa wherein 100,000 displaced people were sheltered. After departure of 45,000 IDPs, there are 55,000 remaining IDPs, who are camped at 650 government-run schools of the province. Of these about 3000 internally displaced persons are living in 40 schools of Peshawar whereas the remaining are living at 243 schools in Nowshera, Charsadda and suburban villages of Peshawar. The worst floods in history of the country have affected about 20 million people, displaced 16 million and washed away one million homes. The economy has been damaged badly and coping with such a disaster is becoming a difficult task for the civilian administration.