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People in Karachi trying to over come the heat

High Temperatures Have Lead To Scorching Heat Wave In Pakistan

The scorching heat waves that attacked Karachi Pakistan for the past weeks with temperatures reaching 113 degree Fahrenheit may be reducing,[8] this was due to the report said by the associated press yesterday that the temperatures had reduced to mid -8o’s Fahrenheit.[1]

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It is said that the temperatures reduction was due to the Indian monsoon that is moving towards Pakistan that has brought about a relief from the heat in form of onshore winds and rainfall.

At Jinnah International Airport in Karachi and Sindh the high temperature rose above 100 degree’s Fahrenheit every day since June 18th this year which has killed about 1,000 people.[6]

The wave heat was during the holy Ramadan a fasting month of Muslims were most natives cease eating and drinking since most of them are of the Islam religion.

Karachi was also outraged by power that denied people a chance to use air conditioners,[1] fans and cold ice from fridges hence limiting the availability of relief which also increased the number of dead people in the area.

Most Karachi residents blame the government’s poor response for the chronic problem with the power outrage and inadequate heat wave preparation for the high death toll,[7] though Nawaz Sharif Pakistan prime minister announced a state of emergency as the death number increased.[2]

Lets keep praying for our brothers and sisters down there in Pakistan, the situation is too horrible at the moment,[5] many have lost their lives in that high temperature heat wave.[1]

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