Heat wave continues in the country, killed more than 30 people
Heat wave continues in the country, killed more than 30 people

NEW DELHI: At least 35 people have been killed in the country this summer. The heat wave has been the hottest place in the country's history this time. Anshu Priya, spokesperson of the National Institute of Disaster Management, said this. The heat wave has been continuing for more than 30 consecutive days, mainly in northern and central India. The temperture touched 48 degree Celsius in the national capital on June 10.

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According to the information received, the temperature in Churu in Rajasthan reached 50 degree Celsius on 1st June. The delayed monsoon has also added to the summer season. This time the monsoon was delayed by seven days to the southern state on 8th June. While northern India is still waiting for monsoon rains. The Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology says that the heat wave conditions will continue for more days.

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At the same time, in 2016, the NDMA had launched several initiatives to mitevia the deadly effects of heat waves. These include adjusting the state government's working hours to avoid extremely hot weather, providing drinking water, white-craming the roofs of houses.


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