Storm and rain are likely in Delhi, the National Capital Region and parts of western Uttar Pradesh today, the Union Home Ministry has stated, citing the climate division. The Home Ministry ready comes after 124 individuals passed on and more than 300 were harmed in the electrical storms and lightning that hit five states a week ago. Delhi, Greater Noida, Faridabad, Ballabhgarh, Khurja anticipated that would get downpours this Sunday. Parts of western Uttar Pradesh like Meerut, Hapur, Muzzafarnagar and Bijnor too will see rainstorm with rain, as indicated by the Met division.
The base temperature recorded in Delhi toward the beginning of today was 26.5 degree, two indents over the season’s normal, as per IANS. Last Wednesday, rainstorm and tidy tempest wreaked devastation in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. The most exceedingly terrible hit zones were towns around Agra where 48 individuals kicked the bucket and Rajasthan’s Bharatpur which announced 19 passings.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who cut off his race crusade in Karnataka, took an areal overview over Agra and Kanpur yesterday, and went to the harmed in clinic. Almost 75 individuals were slaughtered in the state. Asked why the state authorities hadn’t made comparable strides when the tidy tempests desolated parts of the state, he appeared to point a finger at the climate office.
“I will be looking into that matter. I have ordered a meeting on this matter…. Why didn’t the weather department alert people on time,” Yogi Adityanath told journalists yesterday. Quoting an advisory of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), a home ministry spokesperson said thunderstorm and rain would occur over some places in Delhi and adjoining NCR, including Faridabad, Ballabhgarh, Khurja, Greater Noida, and Bulandshahr on Sunday.
As many as 124 people were killed and more than 300 others were injured in five states as a severe dust storm hit the region last week.