At least 65 people have been killed in the past 3 days in Pakistan's city of Karachi due to a heatstroke during the holy fasting month of Ramzan, media reports said on Tuesday. The death toll is likely to rise as the temperatures continue to rise.
On Monday the temperature hit 44 degrees Celsius, at a time when many in the Muslim majority are observing fasting for Ramzan, under which Muslims do not eat or drink anything during the daytime.
Faisal Edhi, who runs the Edhi Foundation morgues in Karachi's...
DIVYIA ASTHANA | May 22 , 2018