PMD issues high alert as Karachi set to hit by seventh monsoon spell from today

PMD issues high alert as Karachi set to hit by seventh monsoon spell from today


Karachi: The Pakistan Meteorological Department announced a high alert on Monday, because Karachi, which has been flooded, will receive the seventh monsoon from today.

According to the details, the Metropolitan Office has notified that another monsoon rain system has entered the province, which may exacerbate the existing urban floods and waterlogging disasters in Karachi.

It is expected that Karachi, Hyderabad, Sadar, Bataan, Shahid Benazlabad, Daduhe, Tara Park, Nagapak, Milburkas, Islam Kot, Umar Kot and Sang There will be a few heavy rains in Gal.

Several cities in Sindh province, including Sukkur, Larkana and Jacobbad, also suffered heavy downpours, after which low-lying areas were flooded.

At the same time, the local government failed to repair the K-Electric system, causing trouble to residents who blocked the main road and demanded that power be restored immediately.

On the other hand, the Pakistani Army and Pakistani Navy are continuing to rescue the flood-hit areas in Karachi.

Pakistan Army engineers today cleared the Karachi Port Trust, Municipal Center, Mohsin Bhopali and Golimar underground passages for passage, while work on the Gizri underground passage is ongoing.

In addition, dewatering continues at multiple locations to ensure the availability of civilian facilities in the flood-hit areas of the city.

Army mobile rescue vehicles have been deployed in various locations to transfer vehicles caught in floods to ensure traffic flow.

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