This image shows the restaurant that collapsed at Karachi’s Do Darya. — Photo provided by author
No setbacks were accounted for after an “unwanted” eatery situated at Karachi’s Do Darya fallen, authorities said on Monday.
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“A café on Do Darya called Zaiqa imploded yet there were no losses,” said Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) South Asad Raza.
He added that police had raced to the scene not long after getting data of the episode on the 15 helpline.
Police were informed that the eatery had been shut throughout the previous 12 years, he said.
Another official, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Darakshan Rana Mohammed Dilawar, said that it was an “neglected building” that was not being used, it were accounted for to repeat that no setbacks.
A few well known eateries are situated at the Do Darya strip in Defense Housing Authority (DHA) Phase VIII. The occurrence comes after weighty storm precipitation has devastated to the city’s foundation and delicate sewerage framework.