The thunder of the clouds, the lightning of the sky, the colors of the rainbow, the greenery of every hundred, all washed away, the people coming and going, the colorful umbrellas, the wet roads, the birds perched on the trees with wet wings and the earthenware. This environment is known for its fragrant scent.
Rainy season and Pakistan
Monsoon rains in Pakistan start from July and continue till August. Pakistan is a country where the temperature has not been uniform. There is more rain and snow in the northern parts of Pakistan than in the southern parts where there is a lot of rain. Are rare, especially in Karachi.
This year’s rainy season, whether it is Marco, Mahi or Sagar, rained heavily and quenched the thirst of many years, but as a result many crops were destroyed and human casualties were also broken. The 30-year-old record of rains in Karachi was broken. The rains in August this year were more than 150 per cent above normal. During the last three series of rains, more than 61 mm of rains have fallen, which has also led to urban flooding. According to the Meteorological Department, 345 mm of rain has been recorded in Karachi so far.
The areas most affected by the rains are New Nazimabad, Gulshan-e-Hadid, Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Surjani Town, Kemari, areas near Malir river, Korangi, North Nazimabad, Landhi, DHA, Orangi Town, II Chandragar Road. President, North Karachi, Nagan Chowrangi, Gulberg, Buffer Zone, and Liaquatabad.
Army and Sindh Rangers personnel are assisting the city administration in the rescue operation to control the situation caused by the torrential rains. Edhi, Khidmat and Chhapia volunteers also provided some food items to the affected people. ! There are some areas in Karachi where no rainwater has been drained so far, including DHA and New Nazimabad.
While people enjoyed the rain, many also had to bear the brunt, including accidents due to slipping on wet roads, roof collapses, electric shocks, drains and gutters boiling, the story is different. Lightning strikes have been heard from time to time. Many videos of falling signboards, poles, trees and billboards have gone viral due to heavy rains. You must have seen them on social media. The power outage also caused problems and caused problems such as shutdown of mobile networks and non-availability of gas.
No doubt! Rain is one of the great signs of nature. Rain is essential for all living things on the planet because water is very important not only for human life but also for birds, animals and plants. The benefits of rain are mentioned in the Qur’an. Rain has also come in Pak. Not only does it reduce the intensity of heat, it makes the weather pleasant, but it also eliminates many germs. If there is no rain, life will become very difficult for living beings.
The rainy season is preferred by the majority especially for children so it becomes a source of play and here as soon as it rains the children go out to have fun and play, some people prefer long drives, some prefer their homes. On the rooftops enjoy tea, fritters and some people go out to the beach.
The rainy season also increases the risk of spreading various diseases including cold, flu, cholera, typhoid, dengue, malaria and diarrhea. To avoid this, you must take the necessary precautions to keep your home clean. Keep, cover food, avoid shopping, oily foods, wash vegetables and fruits thoroughly, avoid rotten fruits and dirty water completely.
Use more vitamin-C in rainy season. Fruits like banana, pineapple, cherries, kiwi, watermelon and mango are rich in vitamin-C and vegetables contain spinach, broccoli, tomato, lemon, carrot, capsicum. , Green coriander, and potatoes, etc.
Rainy season and Pakistan
Avoid touching wet walls during rain, keep away from electricity poles, stay away from buildings that are rotten and dilapidated, at least near switchboards and electrical appliances, never bathe in storm drains and ponds. Do not throw rubbish in the drains and do not leave the house unnecessarily. Only by following these precautions can you enjoy the rainy season.
The Meteorological Department has predicted more rains. Now the government agencies should take effective measures before the rains come. With proper planning, the loss of life and property of the people can be avoided. Is.