Arabian Sea cyclone inundates 20 villages on Pakistani coastline

Thatta Coastline

KARACHI – The cyclone in Arabian Sea caused at least 20 villages of Pakistani coastal city Thatta to inundate in seas water, non-governmental organization’s official claimed.

According to the reports on Friday, the high tides in sea have affected at least 20 villages of coastal line in Thatta.

The most of the villages were affected in Keti Bandar area as the Keti Bandar Bachao Band underwent a twenty feet crack.

Other inundated areas include Rehri Goth, Lakh Basti, Dabla Mohallah, Chashma Goth.

Meanwhile, Sindh CM asks Commander Karachi and DC Thatta and other institutions to remain alert. It may be mentioned here that tropical Cyclone Nanauk poses no direct threat to any coastal area of Pakistan.

“The sea conditions along Pakistan coast may be rough-to-very-rough and some isolated rains or thunder showers are expected along Sindh-Makran coast between Friday and Saturday”, the Met Office said.

The fishermen of Sindh and Balochistan have been advised to keep their boats moored during those 24 hours.

Nanauk is likely to intensify into a severe tropical cyclone in the next 24 hours with a maximum wind speed of 50 to 60 nauts gusting up to 80 nauts.

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