Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar expressed his grief over the lightning deaths in the state and tiptoe of Rs 4,000 to each of the dependents of the deceased. Eleven people died tragically due to lightning strikes in 3 districts of the state. Watch out in the dangerous climate,” Bihar CM tweeted. Additionally he warned the general public and urged them to comply with the indications issued by the authorities throughout the excessive climate. Stay home in a dangerous climate, stay safe.” On Monday, lightning killed 4 people in Burnie, 3 people in Subal and 4 people in Araria. – A congratulations of 4 lakh rupees to all the relatives of the deceased. As per a press release from Chief Minister's Place of Business (CMO), 1 death was reported in Sewan, 1 in Samastipur, 1 in Gaya, 1 in Khajaria and 1 in Saran due to thunderstorms.
Earlier, the International Institute for Disaster Management predicted thunderstorms with lightning in remote locations likely in Bihar, eastern Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, western Rajasthan, Jharkhand etc. Meanwhile, 4 workers died last month in a lightning strike in Bogulu village of Lingapalim Mandal in Eluru district of Andhra Pradesh. She was struck by lightning on Saturday at Nagpur Airport. (ANI)
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