December 2, 2021

One killed, 10 injured as torrential rains hit upper Sindh

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SUKKUR Jul-22,2021- One woman was killed and 10 others injured in rain related incidents, when torrential rains hit upper Sindh.

Many cities of Sindh including Sukkur received rain with wind. After the temperature remained at 42 degrees Celsius throughout the day, the weather became pleasant due to rain.
A woman was killed and 10 others were injured in various rain related incidents in Sukkur city of Sindh province.
According to rescue sources, the roofs of three houses collapsed due to rain.
Many cities of Sindh including Sukkur received rain with wind. After the temperature remained at 42 degrees Celsius throughout the day. Later the weather turned pleasant due to rain.

Due to the rain, trees fell and power lines were broken at various places.
According to a spokesman for SEPCO, 60 feeders tripped as a result of torrential rains, of which 9 have been restored.
The provincial minister Nasir Shah during his visit to different parts of Sukkur city has expressed his anger over the non-discharge of rainwater from the deputy commissioner, administrator and municipal officials.

It is to be noted that in many cities of Sindh including Sukkur, it rained with wind due to which the citizens are facing difficulties as water is standing in low lying areas.
Many cities of Sindh including Sukkur received rain with wind. After the temperature remained at 42 degrees Celsius throughout the day, the weather became pleasant due to rain.
A woman was killed and 10 others were injured in various rain related incidents in Sukkur city of Sindh province.
According to rescue sources, the roofs of three houses collapsed due to rain.
Many cities of Sindh including Sukkur received rain with wind. After the temperature remained at 42 degrees Celsius throughout the day. Later the weather turned pleasant due to rain.

Power failure

Due to the rain, trees fell and power lines were broken at various places.
According to a spokesman for SEPCO, 60 feeders tripped as a result of torrential rains, of which 9 have been restored.

Naisr Shah visits Sukkur city

The provincial minister Nasir Shah during his visit to different parts of Sukkur city has expressed his anger over the non-discharge of rainwater from the deputy commissioner, administrator and municipal officials.

It is to be noted that in many cities of Sindh including Sukkur, it rained with wind due to which the citizens are facing difficulties as water is standing in low lying areas.