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Rain disaster... 19 people died, 22 districts affected..!?
Rain is continuing in Uttar Pradesh. In the last 24 hours in UP, 19 people have lost their lives due to heavy rains, floods, and lightning. Many areas were flooded. The government has announced a holiday for schools in many districts. lucknow district Magistrate surya Pal Gangwar has taken precautionary measures by closing schools temporarily. Additionally, an advisory has been issued asking people to limit non-essential outdoor activities due to the risk of severe thunderstorms. In details... 19 people have died due to the rains in Uttar Pradesh in the last 24 hours. Due to the incessant rains, many areas were inundated with heavy rainwater. Schools were closed in many areas. More than 40 mm of rain has fallen in 22 districts of the state in the last 24 hours. These include Moradabad, Sambhal, Kannauj, Rampur, Hathras, Barabanki, Kasganj, Bijnor, Amroha, Bahraich, lucknow, Badaun, Mainpuri, Hardoi, Firozabad, Bareilly, Shahjahanpur, Kanpur, Sitapur, Farrukhabad, Lakhimpur, Farrukhabad, Khatipur. Four in Hardoi, three in Barabanki, two each in Pratapgarh and Kannauj, and one each in Amethi, Deoria, Jalaun, Kanpur, Unnao, Sambhal, Rampur and muzaffarnagar districts.
The district Magistrate of lucknow has ordered schools to be closed. people have been advised to avoid non-essential travel due to the possibility of severe thunderstorms. All the district-level officials in lucknow are actively assessing the problems caused by the rains. Goshalas are also being inspected and arrangements for their security are being reviewed. Roads were severely damaged in many districts. As the main road collapsed due to heavy rains in Gomti Nagar, traffic diversions and immediate action were taken by the higher officials. In all eight tehsil areas of Lakhimpur Kheri, all schools up to class 8 have been closed due to heavy rains. Main roads and approach roads in many urban and rural areas have become waterlogged due to incessant rains since sunday night. As a result, the Nipun Assessment Test (NAT) scheduled to be held on monday and tuesday in all government primary and secondary schools has been postponed.