83 Killed In Lightning Strikes, Thunderstorms In Bihar, PM Condoles Deaths

The lightning has also induced common damage to houses and possessions of inhabitants. (Representational)


Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his condolences after lightning strikes and thunderstorms in Bihar killed 83 folks, injured numerous and caused prevalent problems to house in the final two times.

The state disaster management office reported 23 districts of the state have been gravely impacted with Gopalganj accounting for the most amount of casualties at 13. Uttar Pradesh has also been afflicted by the thunderstorms and has noted casualties.

PM Modi expressed his anguish at the loss of lives and reported the point out governments are performing in direction of relief and rehabilitation.

“Acquired tragic information about demise of quite a few persons in some districts of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar due to weighty rains and lightening. The point out governments are engaged in relief do the job with promptness,” he tweeted in Hindi.

Studies from districts explained much more than 20 folks ended up injured and admitted to healthcare facility. Lightning strikes has also triggered prevalent problems to residences and qualities of the citizens.

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has introduced a compensation of Rs 4 lakh for the family members of the victims.

Mr Kumar has also appealed to everyone to remain notify and remain indoors as substantially as probable for the duration of the storms.

Bengal Main Minister Mamata Banerjee also prolonged her condolences to the victims’ people.

The weather conditions business office has predicted thunderstorms in all the 38 districts of the point out above the future couple of times alongside with “hefty to pretty large rainfall” in the northern, flood-prone districts, bordering Nepal. 

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