Sindh Chief Minister Briefed on Potential Rainfall by Director General PDMA

Salman Shah, Director General of the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA), briefed Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah about the possibility of rainfall in northern regions of Sindh from tonight until March 2nd, and in central regions on March 1st.

According to Shah, rainfall is expected to commence across Sindh starting today, with Karachi likely to experience rainfall tomorrow afternoon. The city may receive 13 to 16 millimeters of rainfall within a span of 12 hours.

Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah emphasized that water from the hills of Jhal Magsi and Khuzdar will flow into Sindh due to the rainfall, necessitating preparedness on their part.

The provincial secretary for irrigation highlighted that Karachi has three dams in place to manage water-related issues. Meanwhile, Karachi Mayor Murtaza Wahab stated that efforts are underway to address drainage issues in the city, with Karachi Water Board Corporation possessing 53 suction machines for this purpose.

The briefing underscores the proactive approach of the Sindh government in anticipating and preparing for potential rainfall, especially in light of its significance for water management and flood prevention efforts in the region. By receiving updates from the PDMA and coordinating with relevant authorities, the government aims to mitigate the impact of rainfall and ensure the safety and well-being of citizens across Sindh.