Rangers set up heatstroke reduction centres in Karachi, inside Sindh

KARACHI: Rangers established heatstroke reduction centres amid extraordinarily scorching and dry climate in Karachi and inside components of the Sindh province on Saturday.

The centres had been established at Karachi’s Nursery, Punjab Colony, Kala Pul, Chakiwara, Maripur, Wazir Mansion, Gulbai Chowk, Hawke’s Bay highway, Guru Mandir, Allah Wali spherical about, KDA Chowk, Surjani, Disco Bakery spherical about, Singer spherical about, Landhi, Shah Latif, Bin Qasim, Gulshan-e-Hadeed, Ayesha Manzil, FB Space, Sakhi Hassan, Sohrab Goth, Hyderi Market, Qalandaria Chowk, Hub River highway, Gulshan-e-Mazdoor and Liaquatabad areas.

Spokesperson of the paramilitary drive stated totally different medical amenities had been being offered on the heatstroke centres to guard residents from warmth.

The amenities of reduction centres embrace chilly water bottles, juices, ORS packets, towels, medicines and drips.

The Rangers spokesman stated the heatstroke centres had been established in Sardar Garh, Nagarparkar and Weerawah. He stated a lot of residents had been benefitting from heatstroke centres.

The continuing spell of warmth wave will proceed to grip the port metropolis of Karachi.

Earlier within the day, Pakistan Meteorological Division (PMD) predicted that primarily scorching and dry climate is prone to persist in most components of the nation through the subsequent twelve hours.

Nevertheless, it stated, rain with gusty winds and thundershowers is anticipated at scattered locations in Sahiwal, Faisalabad, Bahawalpur, Lahore, Sargodha, Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Multan divisions, whereas at remoted locations in Malakand, Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas, Karachi divisions and Islamabad.

Climate remained scorching and dry in most components of the nation through the previous the 24 hours.

The utmost temperature recorded within the nation was 48°C in Turbat, adopted by 47°C in Noorpur Thal, and 46°C Sibbi and Bahawalnagar.



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