UP Rain Update: Due to heavy rains in UP, 22 people including nine laborers of Lucknow were buried under the debris.

Uttar pradesh Weather Update: A total of 22 people died on Friday in rain-related accidents in different parts of the state including nine laborers after being buried under debris in Lucknow due to heavy rains in Uttar Pradesh. Gone. The state’s government has announced financial assistance of Rs.4 lakh each to the next of kin of the deceased. According to the latest information provided by the Relief Commissioner’s office, nine people have died in Lucknow district, five in Unnao, three in Fatehpur, one in Jhansi, one in Rae Bareli, two in Prayagraj and one in Sitapur. p>

Chief‍Yamantri Yogi Adityanath‍Yanath has instructed to immediately distribute the permissible relief amount to the families of the deceased and expressed condolences to the bereaved families. According to the police and administration, while nine laborers have died in Lucknow due to the collapse of the boundary wall due to heavy rains, five people, including three children, died in three incidents of kutcha wall and hut collapse in Nao district. While in Rae Bareli, a three-year-old child died after falling from a pucca house and his parents, siblings were injured. In Prayagraj district, two innocent children died after being buried under the rubble of a kutcha house when the wall collapsed.

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‘Army Enclave’ The boundary wall of ‘Army Enclave’ collapsed
Senior Police Officer said that due to heavy rain overnight on Thursday in Dilkusha area of ​​Lucknow, ‘Army Enclave’. At least nine people living in Jhansi district died due to the collapse of the boundary wall. He said that two people were injured in the accident. Joint Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) Piyush Mordia said that the laborers who died in the boundary wall collapse were living in a hut near the wall.

Lucknow District Magistrate Suryapal Gangwar told ‘PTI-Bhasha’ Nine people were killed, while two others were injured when an under-construction wall collapsed after overnight rain. At the same time, the Joint Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) said that six of the dead have been identified as Mankunwar, Dharmendra, Naina, Pradeep, Reshma and Chanda.

CM’s office tweeted
Chief‍Ya minister’s office has expressed grief over the incident by tweeting, “Chief‍Yamantri Yogi Aditya‍Yanath witnessed the collapse of a wall in a colony located in Lucknow district. Deeply saddened by the loss of life in the accident. The Chief Minister has expressed condolences to the bereaved families.” According to the tweet, Yogi has instructed to provide financial assistance of Rs 4 lakh each to the families of those killed in the incident.

Five people including three children died in Unnao
While, five people including three children were killed in three incidents of kutcha wall collapse due to heavy rains in Unnao district. Officials said that the local police station has filled the Panchnama of the dead and sent the bodies for post-mortem.

Sub-Divisional Magistrate Narendra Singh said that Ankit (20), Unnati (6) and Ankush (4) died after a wall collapsed due to heavy rains on Thursday night in Kantha village of Asoha block of Purva tehsil.

Sohan (75), who lived in a bamboo and thatched hut outside Kasanda village of Ajgain police station area of ​​Unnao district, fell to his death on Thursday night due to heavy rain and wind. Deputy Collector (SDM) Hasanganj Devendra Pratap Singh has confirmed the incident.

Two children died in Prayagraj 
Prayagraj District Magistrate Sanjay Kumar Khatri said that the wall of a kutcha house in Chhatauna village collapsed during the rain on Friday afternoon, in which two children died. happened. The father of both the children works in Surat. He told that Kumari Shreya (four) daughter Abhayraj and Amit Kumar (five) son Mangala Prasad died in this incident. Both the children were playing in the house at the time of the incident.

Chief Minister in view of heavy rains in Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath has directed the officials of the respective districts to monitor the relief work and help the affected people.

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