Karachi Suffers From The Worst Heatwave In A Decade

Officials said on Monday, nearly 150 people have died from heatstroke in the southern Pakistani port city of Karachi in the last two days. The city’s health director, Zafar Ejaz said,
hospital reports confirm at least 148 deaths.
Karachi has been in the grip of a rare heat wave, with temperatures soaring to 45C (113F). Meteorologist Mohammad Hanif said, the heat wave is the worst in at least a decade, but the arrival of monsoon rains in the coming days should bring relief.