KARACHI - The loadshedding continued in the City in 2 to 3 hours patches during last few days. "The new MD and chief financial officer has not yet taken the charge," The Nation has learnt through reliable sources. Due to this vacuum in the top-level positions of KESC, the working capability is badly affected because the company is working without its MD since two months. If this condition continues the promised relief will remain present. Meanwhile the loadshedding badly affected certain areas of the City like Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Gulistan-e-Johar, Lyari, Saddar, FB Area, Industrial Area and Malir. Residents from Gulshan-e-Iqbal and Malir complained about loadshedding and continuous brownouts. "We have to face additional expenditure because our electronic devices got damage due to fluctuation," said a victim. "Loadshedding is somewhat acceptable but this fluctuation is ruining our electrical appliances," complained a domestic woman. On the other hand, areas such as PECHS and Saddar, which are highly commercialised areas of the City, are also suffering due to this frequent power shortage. "Our business is suffering badly due to this condition and we are bound to use alternate means of getting electricity which is expensive thus adding burden to our businesses," said a shopkeeper. Hospitals in all these areas had also cancelled their daily operations. Chances of drizzle in Karachi The Met office has forecast partly cloudy/cloudy weather with chances of drizzle for Karachi on Sunday with the maximum temperature expected to range between 31-33 degrees centigrade. Partly cloudy/cloudy weather with chances of drizzle is also forecast for Hyderabad and Mirpurkhas divisions, while hot and dry weather for Sukkur and Larkana divisions. On Saturday, the highest maximum temperature of 40.0 degrees centigrade was recorded at Dalbandin, and the lowest minimum of 11.5 degrees centigrade at Kalat, Balochistan.