More than 100,000 trees have been burnt down in wildfires in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, officials said on Monday.In the last two months, close to 90 forest fires were reported in different parts of the province. Most of the trees gutted were planted during the Billion Tree Tsunami campaign by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government in the last two years. “We have yet to conduct a complete survey of the damage,” Muhammad Themasip, project director of the Billion Tree Tsunami, told a private news channel. “Wildfires in the forests are not new. Last year, six people died in such incidents.” The Billion Tree Tsunami was launched in 2014 to restore forests and green cover in the province. Officials said that more than 100,000 trees planted during the campaign had now been lost and more could be burned if the wildfires were not controlled.