“A heatwave affecting India. Due to the heat, there was a fire in the forest, power outage and damage to the crop. Wildfires can also affect transportation, leading to train service suspensions and highway closures,” said the Canadian government’s travel advisory for India, “in addition to information on natural disasters and climate heatwaves.”
It has asked its citizens in India to “stay hydrated”; Avoid outdoor activities, especially in areas affected by wildfire smoke; Be prepared to change travel plans at short notice, including reducing or canceling your trip; Follow the instructions of the Regional Health Officers and Civil Defense Officers and dial 102 in case of medical emergency.
Many Indian states are battling scorching heat. According to the Meteorological Department’s monthly weather and climate summary, April 2022 was the third warmest in India in 122 years. Prolonged and persistent heatwave affected major parts of the country during April, leading to maximum temperatures exceeding 45 degree Celsius at many places over West Rajasthan, East Uttar Pradesh, West Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha in Maharashtra.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned to Delhi from his European tour on Thursday and will chair a meeting to review the preparedness to deal with the rise in temperature as well as the upcoming monsoon season.
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