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Plan to Evacuate People from Sindh Coastal Districts

Murad Ali Shah announce coastal district evacuation ahead of Biparjoy.

Thatta, Badin, Sujawal, Karachi, and other coastal districts of Sindh are anticipated to see severe rainfall as a result of the storm.

If the storm strikes the shore, the chief minister emphasized the need of people to stay indoors and avoid pointless excursions.

The Hyderabad commissioner has been entrusted with making the appropriate preparations for evacuating residents from the three coastal districts of Thatta, Sujawal, and Badin in order to meet the possible threat.

In preparation for expected strong winds and rain, the Karachi commissioner has been ordered to take down billboards and signboards from high-rise structures.

Additionally, the chief minister stated speaking with the army to avoid any unfavorable situations.

Officials from several institutions addressed emergency plans in a separate meeting presided over by Commissioner of Karachi Mohammed Iqbal Memon in light of the coming storm.

The conference was briefed by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Sardar Sarfraz that there was a minimal probability that the storm will directly strike Karachi’s shore.

But there is a chance of strong winds and moderate to heavy rain.

There are 450 unsafe structures in Karachi, according to the director general of the Sindh Building Control Authority, and inhabitants have been given orders to leave.

40 severely risky structures will be evacuated by Monday evening, according to the choices made during the meeting.

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