KARACHI (92 News) - Sindh ministers Nasir Hussain, Murtaza Wahab and Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar visited different parts of the city following another spell of monsoon torrential rain early on Thursday.
The ministers visited Clifton, Cantt Station, Shahar-e-Faisal, Saddar and related localities to review post-rain situation on roads.
While the Karachi mayor checked the situation on roads and in drains of Shahra-e-Faisal, Hassan Square and Guru Mandar.
Akhtar also inspected the water flow in Mehmoodabad drain.
Motorists again face a great deal of inconvenience on roads and were seen stuck in the rain water.
A tree was uprooted because of gusty winds and rain in Block 4 Gulistan-e-Johar.
The session of Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) convened for Thursday has been postponed following rain spell that again lashed roads, streets, open places and drains.
The rain water entered the houses and power outages again gripped parts of the provincial metropolis.
The Met Office predicted rains may continue as of Thursday afternoon.
All Sindh Private Schools Association has announced closure of schools on Thursday.
Sindh Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) also issued alert after Met Office said Rain system coming from Rajihistan will strike parts of Sindh.
All Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners have been issued written direction to take precautionary measures.