Pic: Social Media New Delhi. At present, along with India, the coastal areas of Pakistan are also on high alert regarding Cyclone Biporjoy. At present, it is raining heavily in Sindh province of Pakistan along with strong wind. However, Pakistan’s Environment Minister Sherry Rehman told the local media that the speed of ‘Biparjoy’ has decreased. Pakistan’s Disaster Management Group informed on the matter that, here the winds are blowing at a speed of 140 kilometers per hour. Very high waves are also expected to rise in the sea. At the same time, considering all the dangers associated with the cyclone, the Government of Pakistan has evacuated 72 thousand people from high risk areas. The hospitals here have been asked to be on alert. Along with this, schools and government offices have been made relief centers. On the other hand, according to Pakistan’s news website ‘Dawn’, Sindh province seems to be most affected by Biparjoy. 44 relief camps have been set up in its 3 districts Thatta, Sujawal, Badin. At the same time, 82% of the population of these three districts has been shifted to other safe places. Along with this, the army has been kept on high alert for the next 72 hours. There is also news that due to cyclone ‘Biparjoy’, there is a possibility of 300 mm of rain in Sindh province of Pakistan. The maximum impact will be in Thatta, Sajwal, Umarkot, Badin and Tharparkar. According to Pakistan’s news website ‘Dawn’ and the local meteorological department, there will be heavy rains from June 15 to 17.