Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has announced financial assistance to families whose loved ones were killed in a stampede at a Karachi factory.
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah announced Rs500,000 in financial assistance to the families of those killed in the Karachi factory stampede. Furthermore, he stated that he would give Rs100,000 to each injured person.
He ordered those records of the deceased and injured be compiled as soon as possible. He stated that financial compensation would be distributed to the victims’ families after the records were compiled.
Previously, at least 12 people, including three children, were killed in a stampede at a local factory in Karachi during ration distribution.
The tragic incident occurred at a local factory near Siemens Chowrangi in Karachi’s SITE district. According to rescue sources, the deceased included three children and mostly women.
According to an eyewitness, the deaths were caused by a stampede at the factory during Zakat distribution.
According to rescue officials, they also received reports of a fire at the factory caused by a petrol leak. They also discovered water in the narrow streets, which appears to indicate that factory workers attempted to put out the fire.
According to police officials, they were not informed about the zakat or ration distribution by factory employees, but they will make appropriate arrangements.
Rescue teams transported the bodies and injured people to the hospital, where several are in critical condition.