Poisonous gas in Pakistan’s main city has led to the loss of lives, alarming news about 234 people … Another woman affected by poisonous gas has died in Kamari after which the death toll has increased to nine. The dead woman, 35-year-old Zeb-ul-Nisa Kimari, who was undergoing treatment at a private hospital, was shifted to the hospital last night. The total number of victims has so far been 234 since the mysterious poisonous gas emitted in the camaraderie two days ago.
According to the Jackson Police Station’s Malik Adil, the death toll from poisonous and mysterious gas has risen to nine, including five fatalities in the past day. The mysterious gas infestation started at 6 pm on Sunday evening in Masan Road, Railway Colony, Jackson Bazar and adjoining areas of Kemari and over 100 affected people were shifted to different hospitals till midnight. People were killed. The situation continued to be normal on the previous day, but as the evening dwindled, the lethal gas resumed and now the affected people from Kharadar, Methadar, Lyari and other areas on the other side of the Karachi port have started arriving at the hospital. Jinnah Hospital Director Dr Sammy Jamali said that about 500 people affected by gas were brought to the hospital in Kemari and adjoining areas yesterday, including children who were brought in from Jackson Kemari. Seeing the situation worsening, Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah also came in motion and visited the hospitals along with his ministers and advisers till night, including the population. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister directed the residents of the area to take every possible step to save the poisonous gas and save the lives of the affected people. Besides, Pakistan Army, Navy, Pakistan Rangers, Karachi Police and civil administration are also united. How is the air getting dangerously polluted? Where is toxic and life-threatening gas emitted? Or is there a chemical smell in the area? Nothing has been made clear in this regard.