NEW DELHI: As many as 80 people have been killed in 5 states due to thunderstorms and lightning strikes given yesterday, with Uttar Pradesh alone recording 51 deaths, a home method pronounced on Monday.
Fourteen people died in West Bengal, 12 in Andhra Pradesh, dual in Delhi and one in Uttarakhand, a method orator said.
Of a 136 people harmed in lightning strikes and thunderstorms, 123 were from Uttar Pradesh, 11 from Delhi and dual from Uttarakhand.
Lightning strikes and thunderstorms strike 24 districts in Uttar Pradesh, 6 in West Bengal, 3 in Andhra Pradesh, dual in Delhi and one in Uttarakhand, a orator said.
Dust storms and thunderstorms wreaked massacre in Delhi and tools of Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh yesterday, withdrawal behind a route of destruction.
High-velocity winds uprooted trees and influenced road, rail and atmosphere services final dusk during a series of places in north India, including a inhabitant capital.
Thunderstorms also occurred during removed places in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Assam, Meghalaya,
+ , Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu, a India Meteorological Department (IMD) had pronounced yesterday.
The extinction comes over 12 days after storms strike Uttar Pradesh (UP), Rajasthan, Telangana, Uttarakhand and Punjab, murdering 134 people and injuring over 400. UP was a misfortune affected, accounting for 80 deaths, many of them in Agra district in a western partial of a state.
Subsequently on May 9, several tools of Uttar Pradesh were struck by a serious charge that left 18 passed and 27 others injured.