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No less than two killed as rain lashes Karachi

At least two killed as rain lashes Karachi

No less than two individuals died on Saturday in rain-related incidents because the second spell of monsoon rain lashed the port metropolis.

Because of the accumulation of rainwater, commuters confronted difficulties on main thoroughfares. Site visitors was additionally disrupted attributable to sewage water overflowing in Korangi Industrial Space.

Energy provide has additionally been affected throughout the town with breakdowns reported in areas together with Korangi, Landhi, Guru Mandar, North Karachi, Liaquatabad, Mehmoodabad, Gadap City, Lyari and different Previous Metropolis localities.

A climate advisory issued on Friday by Pakistan Meteorological Division (PMD) stated that second spell of heavy monsoon rain will final until August 12 in most components of the nation.

In accordance with particulars, low-pressure circumstances within the Bay of Bengal will most definitely transfer in the direction of the Indian area of Gujrat and can have an effect on Pakistan’s climate.

Widespread heavy rain accompanied by wind and thunderstorms is predicted to hit Hyderabad, Thatta, Mirpurkhas and Shaheed Benazirabad and is predicted to final until Monday morning.

Scattered rain accompanied by wind and thunderstorms can also be anticipated to hit sure areas in Balochistan together with Zhob, Kalat, Sibi, Nasirabad and Makran. Sindh’s Sukkur and Larkana division can even obtain mild to reasonable rain.

Earlier, at the very least 22 individuals died from electrocution within the wake of the primary spell of monsoon rain in Karachi. Households of the victims staged a protest on Friday exterior the Supreme Court’s Karachi registry, praying to the court docket to offer justice.


Amid the torrential downpour, the Provincial Catastrophe Administration Authority (PDMA) has issued a flood alert for Karachi and a number of other areas of inside Sindh.

As per the advisory, there’s a medium-level probability of flooding on the Guddu Barrage and a low-level probability at Kotri and Sukkur Barrages.

“Rising flood water in River Indus might have an effect on the inhabitants and livestock in rural areas. Precautionary measures are suggested,” the alert acknowledged.

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