By: Shahid Afridi
With the onset of the cold wave in Mirpurkhas, people turned to have dry fruit, fish, and soup shops.
According to details, cold winds from Quetta turned towards Mirpurkhas, which enhanced the severity of the cold. At the twilight, people are moving to fish points, dry fruit shops, and soup stalls.
On the other hand, they have also complained about the rise in the prices of these food items. As the cold intensified, people, especially minors, were forced to stay indoors in the evenings.
Quetta’s cold winds have intimidated people to wear jackets and warm clothes. However, despite the intense cold, the customary business and workouts of the people continue