Pakistani Celebrities React After Heavy Rain Devastates Karachi

Celebrities Raise Question About Competency Of Government

Pakistani Celebrities React After Heavy Rain Devastates Karachi
Karachi Rain

Heavy rains continued in Karachi for a second consecutive day as parts of the city got submerged in rainwater. The thunderstorm has resulted in urban flooding as the city's frailing sewerage system once again got heavily exposed.

Relief efforts are in full swing after a 90-year-old record in Karachi has been broken by a continuous downpour that resulted in power cuts throughout the city for the entire day. 

Normal citizens and Pakistani celebrities took to their respective social media and protested about the ineptitude of the Government to effectively deal with the same problems that have engulfed the metropolis for decades.

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As the heavy downpour exposed all past and present governments that have ruled over Karachi for decades, people took to social media and expressed their anger and frustration at the metropolis left feeling like an orphan yet again. 

Renowned celebrity Fakhr-e-Alam tweeted about the economic impact this devastation would have on Karachi:

 

Fashion designer Asim Jofa tweeted that even the best-equipped places in Karachi were suffering from the heavy downpour:

 He then proceeded to share a wonderful gesture by a normal citizen:

 While the city was being submerged in water, one journalist shared a video that tells a lot of the great divide between the rich and the poor in the metropolis.

 Renowned television anchor Sawera Pasha shared a deeply disturbing and eye-opening photo that epitomizes the helplessness of the city and exposes the incompetency of its rulers.

 Another renowned television anchor Zain Khan said:

"May Allah have mercy upon my people in Karachi, May Allah blesses Pakistan with quick recovery. Our financial capital #Karachi is drowning in a flood, let's all unite to get our people of Karachi out of this situation. STOP politicizing the issue!"

 CEO of a renowned television channel did not hold back as he lambasted the government over its handling of Karachi's situation:

Shaniera Akram, a philanthropist, and wife of famous cricketer Wasim Akram said:

"Electrocution, drowning, irreversible damage to property, poisoning, cross-contamination, hepatitis, dysentery, typhoid, risk of the polio outbreak, not to mention the diseases associated with mosquito infestation like dengue and malaria! How is Karachi not in a state of emergency??"

 Veena Malik also tweeted:

 Singer Haroon Shahid replied to a politician's tweet in a wonderful way:

 Singer Mustafa Zahid also posted his tweet and took a dig at a politician:

 HNH Style extends its heartfelt sympathies to the people of Karachi and lauds them for their undaunting resilience during these crippling times.

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