No floods in Sindh this year, Met department tells president

Meteorological Department during a meeting with President Zardari says no unusual rainfall expected this year.


Web Desk July 10, 2012

KARACHI: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), during a meeting on Tuesday, briefed President Asif Ali Zardari on weather predictions for Sindh. There will be no floods this year, they said.

The PMD officials said that no "unusual" rainfall was expected this year.

Zardari said that even though there is no flood warning, flood control rooms should be set up at central and district levels.

Sindh Minister for Irrigation Jam Saifullah Dharejo, speaking to the media after the meeting, said that whether floods come or not, the provincial government has made adequate arrangements.

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Ibrahim | 9 years ago | Reply

Just a Tsunami come election time!

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Rehman Malik predictions.

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