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Dust storm surge in north India with Delhi

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13 May :- The country’s national capital, Delhi, has been disrupted due to the sudden dawn eruption of Sunday evening in North India. At a speed of 109 km / h, the dust storm faded here. Due to this, the power of Delhi disappeared, the bus fell on trees, the metro rail service collapsed, and many flights were postponed.

The storm, which started around 4 pm on Sunday, was very rapidly blowing across the states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. Due to the fact that there was no sunlight due to dusty, it was spread all over darkness. Later, the rain rained here.

According to the weather department’s senior scientist Charan Singh, the forecast was forecast by the weather department in northwest India for the next 2-3 days.

Meanwhile, local airlines flights from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport were postponed. Also, the way of 40 aircraft was changed. Metro rail on Noida Dwarka route was stopped for 30 minutes. Apart from this, the Metro was halted on the same route as the road to Indraprastha and Karol Bagh had fallen on one of the tracks.

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