110 people killed, 32 injured in North India, fear of heavy rain:
Thunderstorms and lightning caused havoc in some states of North India in UP and Bihar on Thursday, in which 110 people have died and more than 32 people have been injured so far is.
Hurricane havoc in Uttar Pradesh:
According to the data released by the Disaster Management Department in UP, these storms were not very devastating in UP, 9 people in some districts of Deoria, 2 in Barabanki, 6 in Prayagraj, 1 in Kushi Nagar, 1 in Pratapgarh, one in Balrampur and Unnao. One person lost their life from this storm. In total, only 24 people died and 12 people were injured, more than this number is more in Bihar.
The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh asked the medical officers to provide the highest facilities to the injured and announced a grant of Rs. 4 lakh to the families of the deceased.
Typhoon caused more destruction in Bihar than UP:
Now, according to the latest study, 83 people died and more than 20 people were injured in Bihar, 13 people died in Bihar’s Gopal Ganj district, 6 in Siwan, and 6 in Bhagalpur, 8 in Nawada and 8 in Madhubani, Khagaria and Aurangabad. 3-3, 2-2 in Champaran, Jehanabad, Jamui, Purnia, Kishanganj, Supaul, Kaimur and Buxar, and one each died in Madhepura, Saran, Sitamarhi, Samastipur.
PM Modi or Rahul Gandhi also expressed grief over the death of the people. Rather, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar has said to give an amount of Rs. 4 lakh to the family members of the deceased.
Meteorological Department estimated heavy rain and lightning:
According to Lucknow Meteorological Department fears of heavy rain in Purvanchal of UP on Friday, 26 June. The meteorological department of Patna told that the weather is likely to be bad for a few days, heavy rain, and lightning.