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Imam Bargah’s security on high alert on Muharram 8

The police have also decided to monitor the procession aerially through drone cameras including 200 CCTV cameras

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Lahore: The security of Imam Bargahs was put on high alert on Muharram 8 in Lahore.

The Superintendent of Police (SP) Allama Iqbal Town police station Salman Liaquat visited Imam Bargahs of Thokar Niaz Baig, reviewed the important points, and said that officials have also been posted on the roofs around the Imam Bargahs, fool-proof security is being provided to all meetings and processions of Muharram.

On the other hand, the procession of Muharram 8 in Karachi will leave from Nishtar Park at 1:30pm. The areas around the route of the procession have been closed with containers. While police and Rangers personnel will be deployed on the route of the procession. The procession will be monitored with the help of CCTV in the command and control room.

While, during Muharram in Peshawar, 19 of the total 62 Imam Bargahs were declared as the most sensitive. To ensure security during Muharram, Peshawar police decided to deploy more than 14,000 policemen across the city.

The police have also decided to monitor the procession aerially through drone cameras including 200 CCTV cameras.

Apart from the police, Pakistan Army and FC troops will also be deployed for the security of the processions.

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Regional

Six killed in M9 Motorway accident

According to the doctors, the condition of the injured victims of the accident is also serious

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Jamshoro: A mini truck and a trailer collided at Lonikot on the M9 Motorway as a result six people were killed in the accident.

According to the police, four people were also injured in the accident.

Police say that the bodies and injured have been shifted to Civil Hospital Jamshoro.

According to the doctors, the condition of the injured victims of the accident is also serious.

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Weather

Heat likely to intensify in Karachi from today

The minimum temperature in Karachi was recorded at 30.4 degrees Celsius; and the maximum is expected to be between 35 and 37 degrees Celsius

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Karachi: The intensity of heat is likely to increase in Karachi from today (Monday).

According to the Meteorological Department, the weather in Karachi is likely to remain hot and humid during the next 24 hours, while there is also a possibility of drizzle or light rain in the evening or night.

The minimum temperature in Karachi was recorded at 30.4 degrees Celsius; the maximum temperature is expected to be between 35 and 37 degrees Celsius.

The Meteorological Department said that sea breezes have stopped in the city, but are likely to resume in the evening.

In Karachi, the speed of the winds blowing from the northwest direction is 18 kilometers per hour, with a humidity ratio of 73 percent.

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