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Scorching sun hit Bihar, Administration alert on many districts in the grip of severe heat wave

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Scorching sun hit Bihar, Administration alert on many districts in the grip of severe heat wave

Bihar Weather Update Today: Along with the political mercury in the state, the temperature of the capital Patna is also increasing rapidly. Patna’s temperature reached 43.2 degrees on Monday. The rising temperature has now started affecting the common life as well. Due to strong sunlight and heat stroke, there was less movement of people on the roads. Due to the increasing heat, those people are facing the most trouble, who keep fast in the month of Ramadan at this time. The scorching heat has started drying people’s throats.

Actually, apart from Patna, the capital of Bihar, many other districts including Rohtas, Aurangabad, Siwan and Sheikhpura are in the grip of scorching heat these days. With the temperature reaching 42.4 degree Celsius in Rohtas district, it remained the hottest place in the state on Sunday. At the same time, in the state capital Patna, the maximum temperature was recorded at 42.2 degree Celsius on Sunday.

Minister gave instructions to keep an eye on the situation

The people of the state are not likely to get any respite from the scorching sun as the Bihar Meteorological Service Center (BMSK) of the state government has said that the heat is expected to continue like this in Bihar for the next three-four days. Bihar’s Disaster Management Minister Shahnawaz Alam said on Monday that the State Disaster Management Department is monitoring the situation. We have also advised the District Magistrates to monitor the situation in their respective districts.

Here are the hottest districts

Ten districts of the state recorded a maximum temperature of 41 degrees or more on Sunday. At the same time, the maximum temperature was recorded more than 42 degree Celsius at five places. Sheikhpura, Siwan and Aurangabad in Bihar recorded a maximum temperature of 42 degrees Celsius, while Khagaria recorded a maximum temperature of 41.8, Gaya 41.7 and Bhojpur 41.5 degrees Celsius.

Meteorological department’s alert regarding heat wave

Patna Meteorological Center has issued a yellow alert in view of the heat wave in the capital Patna. According to the Meteorological Center, there is a possibility of further increase in the temperature of the capital on Tuesday and Wednesday, due to which the heat wave may be more severe. According to the center, the minimum temperature of the capital can be 25 degrees and the maximum temperature can be 43 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday. At the same time, on Thursday, the heat of summer can read more. The minimum temperature in the capital can go up to 25 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature can go up to 44 degrees Celsius.

District administration issued advisory

In view of the outbreak of heat wave in the capital, the Patna district administration has issued an advisory to protect against heat wave and hot winds. The district administration has prohibited people from unnecessarily going in the sun. Also said that if necessary, go out wearing light colored clothes. Along with this, an appeal has also been made to keep the head covered with cotton cloth in the hot sun. Apart from this, people have been advised to consume light food and seasonal fruits. It has been advised to go to the hospital immediately in case of symptoms of heat stroke such as dizziness or vomiting. Along with this, it has been advised to rub the body repeatedly with cold water in case of heat stroke. Apart from this, it has been advised not to take the dumb cattle out in the afternoon to save them from heat stroke. Also, it has been asked to avoid leaving children and pets in closed vehicles.

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