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Rangers set up 15 heat stroke relief centers in Karachi.

KARACHI -- Sindh Rangers has set up 15 heatstroke relief centers in different parts of the metropolis to provide medical assistance to affectees, in view of situation due to sizzling weather.

The rangers spokesman said so far 15 Heatstroke Relief Centers were set up by rangers in all areas of the city including,

Malir Kala Board, Dak Khana Chowrangi, Shah Nawaz Chowk, KDA flats in Surjani town, Darbar Chowk Maripur, Tahirwala Chowk Gulberg, District Central Office North Nazimabad, Sohrab Goth, Hydri Market, Qalandria Chowk, Pak Bazaar Gulshan-e-Behar town, Kati Pahari, Government Girls Degree Collage Qasba Colony, Mawach Goth and Hub River Road.

The doctors, paramedical staff, medical facilities and cold water were made available at each center to cure heatstroke patients. On this occasion the citizens highly appreciated the Rangers social work.

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Publication:The Messenger (Karachi, Pakistan)
Date:Jun 1, 2018
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