Due to the heavy Rainfall in Karachi today, lucky one mall which is one of the biggest malls in Pakistan got damaged. The heavy rain affected the mall, due to leakage roof of the mall collapsed and rainwater flooded the mall. The damage took place at the busiest area of the mall where people are gathered almost every time due to some prominent clothing brand’s outlets.
— Sheeraz Raza (@SheerazRaza) September 24, 2019
People have shared the video of the incident on social media and claiming that low quality material is used in the construction of lucky one mall which became the reason of such damage. No casualties have been reported in result of this incident.
— Shoaib Shafi (@ShoaibShafi_) September 24, 2019
Karachi may get beneath normal to normal rain till September 30, an authority of the Pakistan Meteorological Department has said.
The division has forecast irregular showers of a few hours in Karachi.
Normal temperatures are probably going to be marginally better than average during the week.
It started to rain in certain areas on Tuesday evening in Karachi.
PMD Director Sardar Sarfaraz had recently rubbished gossipy tidbits via web-based networking media which proposed temperatures in Karachi would take off over the 50°C imprint in the coming days. Conversing with Media, Sarfaraz clarified that a tropical gloom in the Arabian Sea area had changed into a tempest.
— Early Bird🇵🇰 (@KhaOmm) September 24, 2019
He prompted individuals to disregard such bits of gossip and appreciate the climate.
The absence of air in the ocean has ended the ocean breeze, expanding mugginess crosswise over Karachi. Be that as it may, Karachi isn’t at risk, he stated, including that the tempest is traveling west and will hit Oman.
— Mubashir Mahmood 🖇 (@mubashirmahmood) September 24, 2019
He anticipated another “low-weight zone” will come towards Karachi from India’s Gujarat between September 26 and 29, which will again stop the ocean breeze.
A few zones in the city saw control breakdowns after the downpour on Monday. Around 170 feeders stumbled, as indicated by K-Electric.
Power was suspended in Korangi, Orangi Town, North Karachi and New Karachi, Surjani Town, Malir and Shah Faisal Colony.
— Samrina Hashmi (@samrinahashmi) September 24, 2019