Possible flood situation and safety measures

 Monsoon rains continue across the country and the Meteorological Department and the National Disaster Management Authority have issued warning notices about a new round of rains and possible flooding.

 The recent rains have affected Punjab to some extent, while Balochistan and Sindh, especially Karachi, where infrastructure has been destroyed, are the only ones who know what is happening to the affected people. Areas of the area are submerged and highways look like rivers. People are trapped in their homes, where this precarious situation is causing financial loss, where proper food and safety measures are needed in time to protect them from various climate diseases.

Rains have opened the floodgates for urban development, government priorities and institutional performance in Karachi, an example of theft and embezzlement that is still rampant in politics and everyone is trying to save themselves by blaming others. Yes, despite the situation in the city, there is no one like us from the politicians. Nobody cares about the condition of the creatures. Greetings to the Pakistan Army and the NDMA for moving forward on the direction of the federal government when the noise arose and handling the arrangements to some extent. If you look at the recent tripartite committee on Karachi issues and the way they work, the same three-tiered Dhaka and the politics of accusation, no matter what the claims are, are great again on both good governance and priorities. The national interest needs to be considered.

Arbab Ikhtiar, whether provincial or federal, brings together all relevant stakeholders, overcoming all political differences, rehabilitating the affected areas and taking appropriate security measures for the future, as well as better planning, deforestation, large-scale On tree planting, construction of dams for water storage, especially work on Kala Bagh Dam is required. While the role of the government is important in dealing with possible floods, public awareness and self-defence measures are also essential. 

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1. Citizens should be adequately aware of the weather conditions available during the monsoon, such as radio, TV, mobile phones and government announcements.

2. Provide an adequate amount of food, essential medicines, mosquito nets, disinfectants and candles or flashlights so that there is no need to bother when needed. Also, save the required amount.

3. Stay in touch with the relevant relief centre to keep track of your area in case of flood situation so that timely relief operations can be carried out easily.

4. Keep in touch with friends and relatives to keep up with each other.
5. Keep valuables safe and high.

6. Vaccinate pets and livestock against possible diseases during the monsoon season.

7. Make announcements at your nearest mosque in case of possible flood danger.

8. Identify possible safe ways to deal with any emergency situation in a timely manner and keep your friends, relatives and locals informed about it so that the loss of life and property in case of any emergency can be minimized.

9. In the event of a flood, move households, livestock and valuables and essential documents and items to pre-marked safe places.

10. In case of relocation to safer places, people with disabilities, children and women, especially pregnant women, should be given priority and in case of any problem, contact the local relief teams.

11. To protect yourself from diseases caused by flood water contamination and contamination, wash your hands, avoid market foods, drink boiled water and use a mask.

12. Avoid walking in flood water as underwater snakes, sharp metal pieces and glass can be damaged. If walking is unavoidable, use a wooden stick or stick as needed and cover your feet with a polythene envelope.

13. Keep households and livestock away from electricity poles, wires and other electrical appliances.

14. Use electrical appliances such as ironing, washing machines and fans with the necessary caution as there is a risk of electric shock during this season.

15. Flood water can make house walls weak and unsafe, so make sure the walls are safe and solid when entering your home.

16. Avoid driving a tractor or vehicle in flood water as it can carry the vehicle with it.

17. If you have a passion for serving the people, register as a volunteer with the relevant district agencies, aid organizations or the emergency service so that you can be assisted in timely relief activities.

18. Do not eat stale and old food as it can cause stomach ailments. Use freshly cooked and clean food.

19. Flood water can cause skin diseases, so avoid swimming or walking in it.
20. Put the safety of children first and do not let them play in the floodwaters.

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