A giant tsunami is soon going to strike Pakistan’s coastal belt and hundreds of thousands of people will die as a result, if Baba Vanga’s predictions are to be believed.
Baba Vanga was a clairvoyant in Bulgaria. She died in 1996 at the age of 85. She had made hundreds of predictions during second half of her life.
According to express.co.uk, the Bulgarian mystic’s followers claim she correctly foresaw the Boxing Day Tsunami of 2004, which killed more than 227,800 people in Southeast Asia, as a result of 9.3 magnitude undersea earthquake.
As per Baba Vanga’s prediction, there would be a much bigger tsunami which will hit parts of Pakistan, Japan, China, Indonesia and even Alaska in 2019.
Nearly, 400 people in Indonesia had died in September 2018 when a 7.5 magnitude earthquake triggered a tsunami.
Due to a sea storm ‘Kyarr’, strong winds and rain is expected in Karachi. Effects of the cyclone has already been being felt along the coastal belt of the metropolis.
According to the Meteorological Department, the cyclone in Karachi is likely to cause strong winds today and may cause northeast winds at 18 to 27 kilometers per hour.
The maximum temperature in Karachi could be between 35 to 37 degrees Celsius, minimum 22 degrees was recorded earlier, whereas, the humidity in the air was 33 percent, the meteorological department said.
The cyclone has caused sea levels to rise overnight and flooded areas along the coastline.
The flood affected Rehri Goth, Lath Basti and Cheshti Goth of Ibrahim Haidri.
As per Met Office, mainly dry weather is expected in most parts of the country, while cold in northern areas during the next twelve hours.
However, light rain-thunderstorm and dust storm is expected at coastal areas of Sindh during the night.