Islamabad. In view of the Biparjoy cyclone moving fast towards the Sindh province of Pakistan, the administration has started the process of evacuating 80 thousand people from the coastal area to avoid loss of life and property. Not only this, emergency has been declared in Sindh. Sindh province Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah visited the coastal areas on Monday and told the media that the cyclone is moving north in the Arabian Sea and will hit Pakistan’s southern coastal areas, including the provincial capital Karachi, Badin and Thatta, from Tuesday to Thursday. .
The Chief Minister said that the cyclone is located 600 km from Karachi and is moving towards the coastal areas of the country, causing strong winds in the coastal areas. Authorities have ordered the removal of billboards, evacuation of buildings with weak structures, and crackdown on buildings with weak glass panels as part of the measures in Karachi.
Officials have expressed the possibility of flooding in the coastal areas due to the cyclone. Fishermen have been banned from venturing into the open sea and traffic has been blocked to prevent them from venturing towards the beach in Karachi. The Pakistan Meteorological Department issued its 13th alert on Monday. It is said that due to the cyclone, winds can run at a speed of 160-180 km per hour and waves can rise up to 35-40 feet. Not only this, emergency has been declared in Sindh.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department has described Biparjoy as a very severe cyclonic storm. The cyclone is moving fast in the Arabian Sea towards the coasts of Pakistan and India.
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