The dust storm in India has killed more than 100 people. There will be thunderstorms in the disaster area in the next 2 days.

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 The dust storm in India has killed more than 100 people. There will be thunderstorms in the disaster area in the next 2 days.


Over the past two days, the northern part of India has been attacked by severe sandstorms, killing hundreds of people and injuring hundreds of people. According to the New Delhi evening television (NDTV) May 3rd evening news, the number of deaths registered by UttarPradesh is 73, which is affected by sandstorm. Only 43 people died in the city of Agra, where the famous Taj Mahal was located. 36 people died in nearby Rajasthan, and Punjab was also hit hard. Sandstorms and subsequent thunderstorms will have the greatest impact on Eastern Alwar, Doyle, and purport. The report said that dust storms and rainstorms have also affected Delhi, and 15 flights, including 2 international routes, have been forced to change, but there are no reports of casualties and property losses in the area. At present, the chief minister of the state of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan has announced that it will provide up to 400 thousand rupees (about RMB 38 thousand yuan) for each of the families of the dead. The compensation for each person is 50 thousand rupees (about 4764 yuan). Dust storms caused widespread shortages of electricity and water, and most of the deaths were caused by the collapse of roofs and walls at night. Ravi Kant, RaviKant of India (Jaipur) in Rajasthan, Jaipur, told the CNN (CNN). In that state, more than 8000 telephones were blown down, trees were uprooted, and more than 200 people were injured. Prime Minister Modi expressed his condolences to the victims of the disaster in the statement issued by the prime ministers office in India on twitter. I have asked government officials to coordinate with all government departments in various countries to help those affected by the disaster. Modi said. In the past two days, dust storms swept through northern India, and the whole sky was dark. People were walking on the streets with masked faces and houses and trees everywhere. Strong winds also bring frequent lightning and torrential rain. According to the meteorologists forecast, the northern part of India will continue to suffer from bad weather in the next 48 hours, and it is expected that there will be no improvement. The weather forecast says thunderstorms will soon return to the country, and the government is worried that the number of casualties will increase significantly. CNN meteorologist Pedram (PedramJavaheri) said that India is at the beginning of the annual summer monsoon onset. Pedram added that rainfall in the region over the past summer monsoon was below average and increased the possibility of dust storms sweeping across the region.