THIRTY individuals have been killed in India after a ferocious lightning storm swept throughout the nation seeing buildings collapse and timber crash to the bottom.

The victims, from varied completely different elements of the nation and together with some kids, have been struck by lightning as monsoon season grips the nation.

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Based on stories, 14 victims died in Prayagraj, 5 in Kanpur Dehat, three in each Firozabad and Kaushambi, and two in each Unnao and Chitrakoot.

A 12-year-old boy, a 32-year-old man, and a 50-year-old have been killed in Kaushambi.

A 50-year-old and a 40-year-old have been killed in Firozabad as they stood underneath a Neem tree that was struck by lightning.

Stunning video footage reveals the sky illuminated as a bolt strikes the watchtower in Jaipur Amer, which is believed to have killed between 10 and 12 individuals.

Seventeen individuals have been additionally severely injured on the watchtower after the unbelievable climate took maintain on Sunday night, seeing them rescued by police and the State Catastrophe Response Power.

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The highly effective storm has despatched buildings tumbling to the bottom and tore timber from the bottom.

The Rajasthan authorities has now referred to as an emergency assembly of the state’s catastrophe administration division to evaluate the incidents on Sunday.

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has promised the sufferer’s households compensation and provided his “deepest condolences”.

It comes simply days after 27 individuals – largely farmers – died in West Bengal after being struck by lightning throughout thunderstorms this week.

Eight passengers have been additionally injured when a flight from Mumbai to Kolkata was caught in a storm because it was about to land.

4 have been taken to hospital after affected by excessive turbulence.


The latest figures obtainable from the Nationwide Crime Information Bureau state that 2,900 individuals have been killed by lightning in India in 2019.

Extra turbulent climate has been forecast for the nation within the coming days.

Climate warnings for thunder and lightning are in place for the Andhra Pradesh districts till July 16.