According to the Meteorological Department, the Sindh government informed rally on July 6th.
Even then there was a demonstration of negligence. Due to this, many villages and towns of Sindh have been subjected to rains and floods. Which caused considerable loss of life and finances. Several villages in the village have been flooded with canal floods. And many crops came underwater.
Due to the lack of irrigation officials, the villagers closed the houses themselves, although there was no response from the management and no precautionary measures were taken. The early torrential rains provide a canal view to Asia’s largest city.
It includes the city of Karachi and various cities including Nawabshah, Sukkur, Tando Adam, Nowshero Feroz, Sanghar, Bhutto, Sujawal, Thar and Larkana. In just 2 hours, torrential rains caused a panoramic view of the city’s lower pool. The old capital city of Pakistan and Asia’s largest city, Karachi’s main road, has become a canal.
Internal Karachi Situation
These were major roads, but whatever the internal Karachi situation might be. Electricity also failed to advance as Sindh has 65 feede shut down. There have been 16 16 hours of load shedding without warning.
The city of light has suddenly transformed into a box of darkness. Rainfall was recorded in different areas of Karachi, including 43 in Saddar, moreover, 26 in Faisal Base, 22 in Nazimabad and 10 mm at Old Airport. Due to high water flow, vehicles has stopped immediately. In which the citizens faced considerable difficulties.
Karachi, called the city of lights, has turned dark. And its roads are visible in the gutters. This is the situation of Pakistan’s big city, but what about the situation in other cities of Sindh, other problems may have arisen due to rain.
The World Bank gave one billion 74 crores to KMC in collaboration for the cleanliness of Karachi gutters and drains, which could not be used in a timely manner.
Added. The lack of water distributes the whole Sindh at present, and again there is a great loss of water.
The Sindh government should urge the cleaning staff of the concerned municipal and union councils to tighten their duty, especially to clear the city’s gutters and gutters and roadways. As the rainwater drainage becomes easier.
As rain is mercy, so the Sindh government should solve the problem of water shortage in this rainy season.
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