Rangers establish heat stroke relief camps in Karachi

With another heatwave hits Karachi on Tuesday, the Sindh Rangers have established heat stroke relief camps in different areas in Karachi to provide immediate help to the people affected by the heat wave that has hit the city.

As the highest temperature was recorded 41.2 degree Celsius, making it very difficult for the citizens as they were experiencing hot winds instead of usual cool sea winds.

Pakistan Metrological Department had earlier issued a warning that new heat wave might hit the city on Tuesday and the temperature may rise up to 43-degree celsius.

The scorching heat might continue to add miseries of Karachiites till Thursday. The department said that currently there was no chance of rain in the city.

Keeping in mind the current heat wave situation in the Karachi city, Rangers spokesperson told the media that these camps have been established in the areas of KDA Quarter, Surjani Town, Manghopir, Tahir Villa, F.B. Area, Nazimabad, Sohrab Goth, Hyderi Market and Qalandria Chowk to facilitate the citizens.

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