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Rangers set up 10 'heatstroke relief centres'

The Pakistan Rangers (Sindh) has established ten "Heat Stroke Relief Centres" at different locations in the metropolis to provide relief to the people affected by the ongoing heat wave. The doctors and para-medical staff equipped with modern medical facilities will be available at each centre to handle heatstroke patients, the Rangers officials said here on Monday.

The centres have been established at the following points: Rangers Training Centre and College, Toll Plaza, Sindh Rangers Hospital, Block-A, North Nazimabad, HQ 53 Wing, Baldia Town, HQ 93 Wing, People's Football Stadium, Mauripur Road, HQ 91 Wing, SITE Stadium, HQ 72 Wing, Kala Pull, HQ 83 Wing, Jamia Milia Malir, HQ 82 Wing Muzaffarabad Colony HQ 63 Wing Karachi University and HQ 44 Wing, North Karachi.

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