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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

100 years old record broken in Delhi, temperature reaches close to 50 degrees


The period of intense heat and heat wave continues unabated in most of the states of the country. Heatwave is wreaking havoc in the capital Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. The hundred-year record of heat in Delhi has been broken. On Tuesday, the temperature was recorded at 49.4 degrees Celsius. Earlier in the year 2022, on 15-16 May, a temperature of 49.2 degrees Celsius was recorded. The temperature in Churu, Rajasthan has reached 50.5 degrees. There is silence in the markets. The situation is getting worse. Prayers are being done for rain and relief. Jal Tapasya and Jal Sadhna are being done.

A series of statements has started on the death toll due to heatwave in Rajasthan. Amidst all this, a report has also come out which tells what is the real reason behind the uncontrollable heat and heatwave in the cities. Before knowing this, let us take a look at all the states scorching with heat.

Regarding the deaths due to heatwave in Rajasthan, the medical department says that one person has died in the state so far. At the same time, the government's disaster management department has claimed six deaths due to heatwave. Medical and Health Minister Gajendra Singh Khinvsar says that the disaster management department is quite big. In such a situation, the department's minister Kirori Lal Meena will have to be asked from which calculation the death figures have come to him. His statement came after a meeting held in the Health Bhawan on Monday regarding the management of heatwave and seasonal diseases.

Puja and water worship for relief from scorching heat

Medical and Health Minister Gajendra Singh Khinvsar said that better arrangements have been made in medical institutions to provide relief to the common people from heatwave in the state. The department is trying to ensure that no person suffers from heat wave and heat stroke. The victims should get better treatment immediately. Officials from state level to block level have been instructed to go to the field and do intensive monitoring of heatwave management.

Now pujas are being performed to get relief from the scorching heat and good rains. Along with Vedic chanting, Jal Sadhna, Yagya Sadhna, Jal Tapasya is also being performed in the Shiv temple of Jaipur. Jal Tapasya is being performed by sitting in a water pot and a drum filled with water. On Monday, the seven-year-old record of temperature was broken in the capital Jaipur and the mercury reached 46.4.

Coaching centers will remain closed in Kota from 12 noon to 3 pm

In view of the heat wave, an order has been issued to keep coaching centers closed in Kota from 12 noon to 3 pm. Regarding the change in the timing of coaching classes, Collector Ravindra Goswami has said that due to heat and heatwave, there will be no classes and other activities in all coaching centers from 12 noon to 3 pm.

Rajasthan Congress President Govind Singh Dotasara met Governor Kalraj Mishra regarding the problems of people suffering from heat in the state. Govind said that people are worried about electricity and water amid the scorching heat. But the Chief Minister and the ministers of the government have gone on a tour of India for the elections. The temperature has reached 50 degrees and above. People are crying for water. People are troubled due to lack of coordination between the Chief Minister and the officials.

Referring to the statement of the state's water supply minister that it is not possible for me to bring water by blowing, Dotasara said that the answer he has given recently is in a way a mockery of the public's suffering. Without naming the Chief Secretary, Dotasara said that a lot of inspections are being done in the state but the public's problems are not reducing. I have spoken to the Governor regarding the public's problems.

  • The weather will remain like this from 28 to 30 May

Heat wave will continue in UP, MP, Punjab, Rajasthan and Delhi on 28 and 29 May. Northwest and central India will get relief after 30 May. No relief from heat is expected soon in Delhi-NCR. Delhi will face severe heat in the next four days.

Urbanization has increased the heat by 90 percent

A report by researchers at IIT Bhubaneswar has also come out regarding the scorching heat. It says, the effect of urbanization and climate change on rising temperatures in 141 major cities of the country in the last two decades has been studied in this research. To know the rising temperature in these cities, the help of data obtained from NASA satellite between 2003 and 2020 has also been taken. These figures show the rising figures of surface temperature. Urbanization in Bhubaneswar, Odisha has increased the heat by 90 percent.

According to the report, the reason for rising temperatures in rural areas is the changes in the climate. In cities, both urbanization and climate change are responsible for this. That is, the heat is increasing due to the uncontrolled construction of concrete and the change in land use in cities. During uncontrolled urbanization, the standard norms for saving the environment have been ignored. This is the reason why most of the cities in our country are currently facing heatwave conditions.

According to the report, by 2050, 68 percent of the world's population will be living in cities. By then, the risk of severe heat will increase further. Rapid urbanization has created a serious threat to the environment in many parts of the world. Therefore, it is very important to take some important steps immediately to improve such a situation.

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