Hardoi news, storms and rain, gave relief, the traffic collapsed because a tree fell

Hardoi. The weather took a huge turn on Wednesday evening. After the intense sun and the humid summer of the day, the weather suddenly changed at night. There were dark clouds in the sky.
Heavy thunderstorms and heavy rain followed in rural areas. Where the rain gave relief from the heat. At the same time, the farmers described this rain for the summer as beneficial for the harvest.
Apart from that, trees fell on the road in many places in the Kachauna area on Lucknow Hardoi Street during the thunderstorm. Because of this, the movement was impaired for hours. The police cleared the way. Then the vehicles began to move.
According to the Mallawan representative, it rained after the thunderstorm on Wednesday evening. This made the summer season very pleasant. When the heat subsided, people breathed a sigh of relief.
Farmers also described rain as beneficial for crops. It is said that at this time there are crops of sugar cane, pepper, soil and corn in the fields. All of these plants have benefited from the rains.
According to the Todarpur representative, there were dark clouds in the sky after the sudden change in weather on Wednesday evening. There was heavy rain with heavy thunderstorms so people were relieved of the heat. When the heat subsided, people breathed a sigh of relief.
According to the Kachauna representative, there was also hail during the heavy storm and rain on Wednesday evening. During this time, trees were uprooted in many places and electricity pylons were broken in many places due to the storm.
As a result the power of many villages was lost. That being said, traffic on the main road was cut because the tree collapsed on the Lucknow Hardoi Highway near the village of Double Canal and Tewri.
Shortly afterwards there were long lines of vehicles on both sides of the street. After receiving the information, the police, with the help of local people, reached the site and made the movement of vehicles normal by removing the fallen trees on the road.

Hardoi. The weather took a huge turn on Wednesday evening. After the intense sun and the humid summer of the day, the weather suddenly changed at night. There were dark clouds in the sky.

Heavy thunderstorms and heavy rain followed in rural areas. Where the rain gave relief from the heat. At the same time, the farmers described this rain for the summer as beneficial for the harvest.

Apart from that, trees fell on the road in many places in the Kachauna area on Lucknow Hardoi Street during the thunderstorm. Because of this, the movement was impaired for hours. The police cleared the way. Then the vehicles began to move.

According to the Mallawan representative, it rained after the thunderstorm on Wednesday evening. This made the summer season very pleasant. When the heat subsided, people breathed a sigh of relief.

Farmers also described rain as beneficial for crops. Said that at that time there were crops of sugar cane, pepper, earth and corn in the fields. All of these plants have benefited from the rains.

According to the Todarpur representative, there were dark clouds in the sky after the sudden change in weather on Wednesday evening. There was heavy rain with heavy thunderstorms so people were relieved of the heat. When the heat subsided, people breathed a sigh of relief.

According to the Kachauna representative, there was also hail during the heavy storm and rain on Wednesday evening. During this time, trees were uprooted in many places and electricity pylons were broken in many places due to the storm.

As a result, the power of many villages was lost. Other than that, traffic on the main road was blocked as trees fell and fell near the double canal and the village of Tewri on the Lucknow Hardoi Highway.

Shortly afterwards there were long lines of vehicles on both sides of the street. After receiving the information, the police, with the help of local people, reached the site and made the movement of vehicles normal by removing the fallen tree on the street.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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