- Karachi might get monsoon rains from mid-July, says Pakistan Meteorological Division.
- Sindh Governor Imran Ismail writes letter to Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, urging all stakeholders to work collectively forward of contemporary monsoon spell.
- Governor says Ok-Electrical, HESCO and SEPCO directed to take needed measures forward of rain spell to keep away from load-shedding.
A rain spell is predicted in Karachi from mid-July, based on the Pakistan Meteorological Division.
The Met Workplace stated the temperature within the metropolis was recorded at 31 levels Celsius, with winds blowing at a velocity of 20 kilometres an hour.
Sindh Governor Imran Ismail wrote a letter to Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, urging all stakeholders to work collectively forward of the contemporary monsoon spell to keep away from a repeat of final yr’s tragic incidents throughout heavy monsoon downpour within the metropolis, The Information reported.
The governor shared, within the letter, how heavy rainfall in Karachi final yr led to tragic incidents. He requested the CM to mobilise all related establishments.
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“Saving the lives of the people is among the top priorities of the government,” Ismail had written within the letter, including that the clearing of the storm water drains and removing of encroachments on and alongside their banks in accordance with the Supreme Courtroom’s orders will assist forestall one other scenario like final yr’s.
He additionally stated the Ok-Electrical, Hyderabad Electrical Provide Firm and Sukkur Electrical Energy Firm have been directed to take needed measures forward of the rain spell to keep away from load-shedding.