At least ten people including two children died from electrocution and other incident in Karachi rainfall on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Commissioner of Karachi, Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui declared an emergency in the city due to flooding on roads caused by a spell of monsoon rain on Saturday.

After emergency declared by Karachi Commissioner, the Fisheries Department also lifted banned on fishing in the Sea.

A 3-year-old child was killed when a roof of their house collapsed due to heavy rainfall coupled with gusty winds.

Two people died from electrocution in Paposh Nagar area of the city, power outages and sewage overflows in some areas.

After the heavy rainfall in Karachi, the roof of a CNG station collapsed at Nipa Chowrangi leaves several people injured. Meanwhile, the injured persons shifted to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Traffic gridlock was also witnessed on a few roads mainly in areas received heavy showers.

The beginning of monsoon rains in Karachi plunge the city into darkness as the power supply suspended in various areas.

The Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) Spokesman said that different areas of the metropolis were facing feeder-tripping, 300 feeders were trips due to the monsoon rain. He said that the KESC teams were working on emergency basis to control the situation.

Rainfall continues in Karachi since sehri by which weather became pleasant.

According to met office, Landhi received the maximum amount of rainfall with around 53 milimeter while 42 mm in Nazimabad, and 26 mm recorded near Karachi Airport.

Different towns in the interior of the Sindh province received rain included Mithi 12mm, Moenjodaro 1 mm, Nawabshah 3 mm, Padidan  31 mm, Jacobabad 43 mm; Dadu 15 mm; Larkana 56 mm, Sukkur 16 mm, deplo 10 mm, Chachro 32 mm, Nagerparker 15 mm, Rohri 10 mm, Mirpurkhas 25 mm.

On the other hand, power supply to several areas of the city was suspended after the rain.

The Met office said that in Balochistan province received rain included Sibi 23 mm, Kalat 36 mm, Khuzdar 16 mm, Panjgour 1 mm and Jiwani 2 mm.