A six-member team to be led by Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) City Muqaddas Haider was also formed by the Karachi police to investigate the matter.
Sources revealed that the soybean carrying vessel that is being blamed for the toxic gas successfully made its way to Port Qasim
Burning of the eyes is a symptom of access presence of the chemical in the air.
The mystery gas poisoning the air in Karachi has started spreading into other areas in Karachi after initially starting out from the Kemari port area of Karachi
A mysterious gas in Kemari port area has killed four people with fears of the numbers escalating, scores are affected and have been rushed to the nearest hospitals.
Rescue teams have reached the site.
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Thursday said the provincial government had decided to provide drinking water to the under-developed areas of Karachi through Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants. The chief minister while presiding over a meeting on RO plants and their performance was told that twelve RO plants are installed in Keamari and six in Lyari. The water requirement of per person per day is 20 gallons. Lyari has a population of 1 million people and the requirement comes to 20 million gallon per day…
KARACHI: At least three people sustained burn injuries as fire broke out at an oil depot after an explosion in port area of Kemari on Wednesday morning in Karachi, ARY News reported. According to details, the fire broke out in an oil depot at Terminal 1 of Karachi Port. Two employees of the seaport sustained burn injuries in the blaze. Fire tenders and rescue teams reached to the scene, after receiving information of the incident. The firemen managed to extinguish the blaze before it could intensify and spread to other…