21 individuals, including 6 children, were also harmed in lightning incidents in several villages in Rajasthan.
New Delhi: Lightning caused serious damage on the night of Sunday, July 11.Insingle day, at least 56 individuals were assassinated by lightning.Although 38 individuals were reportedly died in Uttar Pradesh, 18 individuals demised in Rajasthan due to continued showers on Sunday in manylocations of northern India.
In Uttar Pradesh, there were 14 demises in Prayagraj alone, 5 in Kanpur Dehat, 3 in Firozabad and Kaushambhi, and two in Unnao and Chitrakoot were impacted by lightning. Nothing these incidents, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed sorrow and ordered the district government to supply adequate mandation to the families affected by the tragedy. According to a government representative, Kanpur, Pratapgarh, Agra, Varanasi and Rae Barelli have also reported casualties.
In Kaushambhi, the corpses were identified as Rukma, 12, Moorat Dhwaj, 50, Ramchandra, 32, and Mayank Singh, 15. In Firozabad, Hemraj, 50, and Ram Sevak, 40, were standing under a neem tree, they were impacted by lightning and died promptly. Amar Singh, 60, from Shikohabad region, was also struck by lightning and deceased.
In Rajasthan, different lightning mishaps in Jaipur, Kota, Jharawal and Dalpur caused 18 deaths. The victims also included seven children. 21 individuals, including 6 children, were also harmed in lightning incidents in several villages in Rajasthan.
According to the authorities, in a major misfortune in Jaipur, lightning struck a hill near Amber Fort and murdered 11 people, most of them young people. Some of them are taking selfies on the watchtower, while others are on the mountain.
Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister of Rajasthan, declared mandation of 500,000 rupees for each of the relatives of the deceased.
PM Modi revealed condolences for the lightning death in Rajasthan. “In some locations of Rajasthan, many people have been killed by lightning. I am deeply depressed by the disappearance of people. I extend my deepest sympathy to the families of the deceased: PM@narendramodi,” said the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). In a tweet.
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