As many as 75 people were killed and scores injured after dust and thunderstorms accompanied by lightening and heavy rains lashed several parts of Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Delhi-NCR Sunday evening.
As many as 53 people were killed, including 39 in Uttar Pradesh, due to lightning and thunderstorms in four states since Sunday night, the Home Ministry said on Monday.https://t.co/QWRpmyXtEW
Uttar Pradesh was the worst hit State that accounted for at least 51 deaths while 83 others were reportedly injured following the severe storm accompanied by squall, lightening and heavy rains. Eight people died due to drowning in Barabanki district.
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Lightning kills 8 people in Kolkata. Out of eight, four were children. #WestBengal
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