The location of Surjani had received above 186 millimeters of hefty rain in Karachi on Friday – declared by Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) in the weather report.
The met organization has liberated statistics of the extent of heavy rainfall and other areas of the Sindh during the sixth monsoon spell in the state.
According to rain sum, North Karachi has received 106.4mm and North Nazimabad 106 millimeters of hefty rain.
For the time being, Gulshan-e-Hadeed had found 84 mm, Masroor base 54 mm, Saadi town 37 mm, University road 28 mm, Landhi 25 mm, Faisal base 22 mm, Jinnah Terminal 21 mm, Saddar 20 mm, Old airport 14 mm, Kemari 12 mm.
In several locations of Sindh, Thatta found 30 mm, Badin 27 mm, Mirpur Khas 25 mm, Mithi 19 mm, Hyderabad 18 mm, Islam Kot 13 mm, Diplo and Chachhro 11 mm, Kaloi 04 mm, and Padidan 03 mm rainfall.
The citizens of metropolitan had come to face extreme devastation by the flooding water all over the roads and streets, cars and bikes drowned in the dirty wastage water.
A tumbledown water drainage structure in the port city declared to be the massive cause of the flooding in the city, duration of the rain.
Undeveloped land conversions for commercial profit, the stand up of informal settlements, many located risky above the drains, the absence of productive planning took part in the destruction of the urban infrastructure – including storm-water drains in Karachi.