KARACHI: After the monsoon rains, roads and streets in different parts of the country began to overflow, while two more people died due to electrocution.
Roads and underpasses were flooded after torrential rains. Three to four feet of water accumulated in different areas, while district administration and provincial government officials disappeared from the scene. The streets of Karachi are beginning to look like ponds.
The road from Liaqatabad to the industrial area was closed due to flooding in the underpass. Citizens are facing severe difficulties due to traffic jams.
According to News, underpasses in Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Haideri, North Nazimabad and surrounding areas were flooded again. More than two feet of water has accumulated around KDA Chowrangi while the district administration and the provincial government have completely failed to drain the rainwater.
According to News, slums and covered areas have all been submerged in water while open gutters in different areas have become wells of death. The rainwater drainage system in Karachi has failed miserably. In Gulberg and Nazimabad, dirty water from the river entered the streets large vehicles were stranded in the water on the road.
According to News, after some rains in Lyari, a backward town in Karachi, the roads in the area turned into canals and boiling gutters made it difficult for people to walk in the stinking and stinking environment.
Two more people were killed in an electric shock on Baldia Sparko Road in Karachi. Eight people have died in the past 24 hours due to electrocution and other incidents.
About 300 K Electric electric feeders tripped and several areas of the city lost power. The spokesman said that in the rainy season, citizens should stay away from underpasses, do not leave their homes unnecessarily, do not walk in standing water on the roads, stay away from electricity poles and wires, sacrifice to avoid damage. Do not tie animals to poles either.
The electric system in two districts of Karachi was disrupted after torrential rains. Power outages in Surjani Town, North Karachi, North Nazimabad and Buffer Zone. The power supply was suspended in Liaqatabad, FB Area and Azizabad
According to the spokesman, 300 feeders have been affected by the rains in Karachi. Some feeders have been shut down due to rainwater. The power restoration process will begin after the rains stop. According to News, the administrative post of Central District of Karachi is vacant after which the administrative work has come to a standstill.
According to the Meteorological Department, the rains will continue till night. Meanwhile, Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani has said that there is no denying that the situation in Karachi has worsened due to rains but roads in some areas of the city have dried up.
Talking ahead of the program in the morning, he said that the process of pumping water from residential areas is also underway. Regarding cutting a cake on the occasion of former President Asif Ali Zardari's birthday, he said that while we are being criticized, the mayor of Karachi also cut a cake on the founding day of MQM.