Storm hits Delhi; Warnings issued across North India
A couple of days after the dangerous weather condition of dust storm inflicted serious injuries on the North Indian states of Rajasthan and several other states situated near it including Uttar Pradesh killing more than ninety people, the dust storm has reached Delhi last night and has been forecasted to make serious damages for the properties and lives of the people of the state if no serious attention is given to protest all vulnerable things and persons.
The wind has swiped through the National Capital streets with a moderately high wind speed of seventy kilometres per hour.
The state authorities have asked the disaster management department and all those departments, who are responsible to act in such a situation to mitigate the potential dangers, to stay alert and vigilant and on call.
The schools located in the vulnerable localities and operates in the vulnerable timings have been directed to remain closed until it gets further directives from the authorities.
The people living in the state have been warned not to step out of their house when the wind blows in high speed, and not to use their electrical appliances and water tapes when the thunder occurs in an unusual manner.
The IMD has issued warnings in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarkhand, Haryana, Chandigarh, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Sikkim, along with Delhi.
Vignesh. S. G
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