UP: 12 people died in natural disasters, Chief Minister gave instructions to officials

In Uttar Pradesh, 12 people died in natural disasters during the last 24 hours. This information was given in an official statement on Sunday evening. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has instructed all the District Magistrates and Municipal Corporation officials to be vigilant in view of the problem of flood and waterlogging.

According to the details provided by the Relief Commissioner’s Office in a statement issued here, it was said that a total of 12 people have died in various natural disasters that occurred in the state in the last 24 hours.

Of these, one person each died in Mainpuri, Kaushambi, Pratapgarh, Rae Bareli and Gorakhpur due to lightning, one person each died in Rae Bareli and Mainpuri districts due to heavy rainfall, and one person each died in Bulandshahr, Kannauj, Firozabad, Unnao and Pilibhit due to drowning.

The statement said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has instructed all the District Magistrates and Municipal Corporation officials to be vigilant in view of the problem of flood and waterlogging. He has said that there is a danger of waterlogging due to heavy rains, an immediate solution should be found for this.

According to a state government spokesperson, the Chief Minister said that in those areas where villages have been inundated due to heavy rains or excessive water in the rivers coming from Nepal, the district administration should provide relief material to the affected families through public representatives by rehabilitating them in safe places and camps.

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