The City of Lights, Karachi, faced a heavy rainfall yesterday on 17 July 2020. Whereas the rain brought happiness to some people it also brought a massive destruction and chaos in the city, such as immense amount of drainage water on the local streets, floods, power break downs, electric shocks, fallen roofs, deaths and many other unfortunate incidents.
Furthermore, the streets of Karachi are flooded with rainy and drainage water, causing many unimaginable problems for the general public such as vehicle break-down, traffic halt issues, un-covered electric wires and many more.
It is also worth mentioning that many people in Karachi have complained that they are suffering from flooded rainy water entering in their homes and building even in hospital.
Here, have a little closer look at the current conditions of Karachi city after the rain. Such images and video show the true colors of state of governance in the city and how they are struggling to tackle such basic natural disasters.
— Abro Abbas🇵🇰❤️ (@PK_Defender1) July 17, 2020
Congratulations Pakistan! After decade long “development” PPP has been able to create the largest water park in the world in Karachi! At this point, it only operates seasonlly & features rain water mixed with sewage! Excited to see whats to come next! pic.twitter.com/ZItxQSSaSp
— Ayesha Haleem Adil Sheikh (@ayesha_haleem) July 17, 2020
— Zia Siddiqui (@Zia_sidd) July 17, 2020
This is why any sensible resident of Karachi knows rain is generally bad – no bijli, roads becomes lakes
— omar r quraishi (@omar_quraishi) June 29, 2017
— Moid Anwar (@ChairmanDMCEast) June 29, 2017
— Syed Raza Mehdi (@SyedRezaMehdi) June 29, 2017