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41 killed in power in 24 hours in three states including Uttar Pradesh, more than 50 scorched


  • 7-7 people died in Kanpur and Fatehpur of UP, 13 in the state
  • 5 dead in Jhalwar in Rajasthan and 5 in Chambal division of Madhya Pradesh

Lucknow. In Uttar Pradesh, including three states, 41 people died due to lightning falling on Sunday, while more than 50 were injured. 32 people lost their lives in different districts of Uttar Pradesh. Kanpur and Fatehpur recorded the highest number of 7-7 deaths. 13 people were injured in the state At the same time, in Jhalawar of Rajasthan, four people including a woman were killed. 27 laborers were injured in Pali district. In Madhya Pradesh’s Bhind, Shivpuri and Sheopur districts, five people died and nine were severely burnt.

Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath condoled the natural calamity. He announced a financial assistance of Rs 4-4 lakh to the family of the deceased. Yogi Sarkar said in the statement that on Saturdays, even a person was killed by the lightning in Deoria.

Where were the deaths in UP

Kanpur 7
Fatehpur 7
Jhansi 5
Jaloun 4
Hamirpur 3
Ghazipur 2
Jaunpur 1
Pratapgarh 1
Kanpur Dehat 1
Chitrakoot 1

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