I’m sure you all are well aware of Cyclone Biparjoy. The strong storm known as a tropical cyclone has become a “Very Severe Cyclonic Storm” (VSCS) which is a Category 3 storm, but it has gotten weaker.

However, the danger is still far from gone. It now has sustained winds of about 140-150 km/h and gusts that go up to 170 km/h. Currently, it is located near Latitude 20.7° N and Longitude 67.1° E, which is about 460 km south of Karachi, 450 km south of Thatta, and 565 km southeast of Ormara. This basically means that there is an extremely high chance of the cyclone hitting the coast of Karachi in the next 24 hours.

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Karachiites And Their Insensitive Humor 

Karachiites are immune to any sort of disaster or problem because they act way too nonserious and unbothered considering the threats they face daily. Be it, political disasters, economic inflation, natural disasters, or even a global pandemic, nothing can stop Karachiites from making memes and jokes on the jokes. Talk about being positive right. Twitteratis have also been making memes on the concept of Abdullah Shah Ghazi Mazar vs Cyclone Biparjoy. Here have a look at some of the hilarious ones.

Like I said, insensitive and hilarious. It’s one of those things that you know rate wrong to laugh at but you just have to laugh at them.

Serious Concerns 

On a serious note, this cyclone is not to be joked about. It comes from the Arabian Sea and can actually prove to be extremely calamitous if the right precautionary measures are not taken in time. The NDMA has already warned the public about the instructions they should follow in case the situation gets worse which is likely.

Based on the most recent forecast, tropical cyclone Biparjoy is predicted to continue moving northward until the morning of June 14, 2023. After that, it is expected to change direction and head eastward. By the afternoon of June 15, 2023, it is likely to make landfall as a Very Severe Cyclonic Storm (VSCS) between Keti Bandar (Southeast Sindh Coastline) and the Indian Gujarat Coastline. This will impact several areas, including Thatta, Badin, Sajawal, Tharparkar, Karachi, Mirpurkhas, Umerkot, Hyderabad, Ormara, Tando Allah Yar Khan, and Tando Mohammad Khan.

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