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Lightning In MP: 9 people including 7 women died due to lightning, Shivraj government will give ex-gratia amount

If the officials are to be believed, a total of 6 people died due to lightning in Deria Gudiya Khal and Bamni villages in the afternoon. Three women were also involved in this.

Lightning In MPLightning has wreaked havoc in Madhya Pradesh. Here 9 people have died due to lightning in two districts. At the same time 4 people have been injured. Lightning fell in different areas of Malwa and Dewas districts. If the officials are to be believed, a total of 6 people died due to lightning in Deria Gudiya Khal and Bamni villages in the afternoon. Three women were also involved in this.Also Read – Red Chilli in MP: Chili traders of MP want branding, despite good yield, farmers in trouble

In Malwa district, a boy including two women has died in three separate incidents. A total of 4 people have been injured. Please tell that all these people were working in the fields. During this, many people died and many people were injured due to lightning. In this regard, the Chief Minister of the state Shivraj Singh Chouhan has tweeted saying that sad news has been received about the untimely demise of many priceless lives due to lightning in Dewas and Malwa districts. Also Read – Flood In Madhya Pradesh: Flood havoc in Madhya Pradesh, water entered 1171 villages, Chief Minister said – don’t worry…

He further wrote that I pray to God to give place to the departed souls at His feet and strength to the family members to bear this thunderstorm. Humble tribute. Let us inform that Shivraj Singh Chouhan, expressing grief over these incidents, has directed the collectors of both the districts to provide ex-gratia amount. The state government will give an ex-gratia amount of Rs.4 lakh to the next of kin of the deceased. Also Read – Schools will not open in Madhya Pradesh yet, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said- fees should not be increased

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