Pakistan‘s Karachi markets closed in order to 9pm
Karachi: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, from 9pm to close the markets of the city ordered the electric power crisis, officials have been summoned today.
According to Express News to overcome the power crisis in Karachi, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, the markets have been ordered to shut down at 9 pm. Also bedeck electronic sign boards of all the lights will be turned off at 9 pm when air conditioners in public offices will go from 11 am.
The worst crisis in Sindh Karachi Electric today’s meeting, officials sought to overcome the unannounced load shedding measures will be considered. The heat released in the catastrophic heat from the Sindh health department ordered astruj center in Karachi to 3 thousand have been directed to provide water tanker.
The heat caused hundreds of lives in Karachi, despite claims to the provincial government does not care about people. The CM‘s public troubles aside today as the traditional Iftar dinner was arranged. For which invitations have also been sent. Sources said that the PML-N, PTI and PML has boycotted the dinner.
PML parliamentary leader Nand Kumar said civilians are dying of thirst and heat the Minister can not accept the invitation. The PML-N parliamentary leader Shafi said JAMOT iftar dinner instead of water and power supply to ensure its citizens.