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PM Shehbaz Sharif Assures Full Support to Sindh Govt

PM assures 100% federal support for Sindh’s storm in coastal areas.

The federal government departments, according to the PM Shehbaz Sharif, are constantly prepared to help the Sindh government secure the lives and property of its inhabitants.

He provided the guarantee while speaking on the phone with Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah about the most recent cyclone situation and preparations for it.

In order to address worries about ships, fishermen, coastal infrastructure, the risk of floods, and difficulties pertaining to Thatta, Badin, and other southwestern areas.

He emphasized the necessity to develop an effective strategy for implementation by pertinent federal and provincial authorities.

He also gave instructions to ensure that residents were moved from these regions to safer ones.

The Chief Minister briefed the Prime Minister on the actions taken to provide early warning and information to the local populace.

Shehbaz Sharif praised the Sindh government for making the necessary preparations and expressed optimism that the problem will be solved with the help of the populace.

The system was “most likely to track further northward until June 14 morning,” according to the Met agency.

On June 15, a “very severe cyclonic storm” would cross between Keti Bandar (southeast Sindh) and the Indian Gujrat coast, according to the statement.

According to the PMD, the cyclone highest sustained surface winds were between 140 and 150 km/h, with gusts as high as 170 km/h in the system center.

The maximum wave height was 35 to 40 feet, and the sea conditions were “phenomenal around the system center,” it continued.

The PMD stated that the system is being helped to sustain its intensity by the favorable environmental circumstances.

The department also stated that updates would be made in accordance with the system ongoing monitoring by its cyclone warning center in Karachi.

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