Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair an important meeting on Thursday to deal with the scorching heat in various parts of the country and to take stock of the preparations related to monsoon. Government sources gave this information. He told that after returning from a three-day visit to European countries, the Prime Minister is going to hold about seven to eight meetings a day. Sources said that the Prime Minister will go to his office immediately after returning home.
It is noteworthy that the mercury is rising rapidly in many parts of the country and the temperature has reached 45 degree Celsius in many cities. Due to hailstorm and rain in some parts of the country including Delhi on Wednesday, however, people got some relief from the scorching heat.
For the last one week, the temperature has increased above normal in most areas of the country. And the heat has broken the 122-year-old record. In the states of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Bihar, Haryana, Punjab. The temperature reached 45-47 degree Celsius. The effect of this has been that due to the scorching heat, the demand for electricity has increased. And the problem of coal supply came. Due to which people have to face power cuts in many areas.
Meanwhile, in view of the outbreak of heat wave, the Health Ministry has also directed the state governments to take necessary precautions to prevent heatstroke, increase the availability of medicines. In such a situation, in today’s meeting, the Prime Minister can discuss all these issues.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also discuss the monsoon situation in today’s meeting. Normally in the month of June the monsoon hits the coast of Kerala. And after that he reaches other areas of the country. So what is the prediction about monsoon? What will be the monsoon this year and what are the things to be kept in mind about it. These issues can also be discussed in today’s meeting.