At Least 20 individuals were killed in the wake of being struck by lightning across Bihar on Saturday.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) had just given a substantial precipitation alert for some urban areas of Bihar including Patna on Saturday.

Heavy rains started in Patna at around 1 pm on Saturday and have not halted since and numerous regions have likewise allegedly overwhelmed.

As indicated by the IMD estimate, substantial precipitation joined by tempest is normal in numerous locale of the state in the following 24 hours.

On Friday, eight individuals were killed by lightning in the state. The eight fatalities were accounted for from five locale, with Samastipur representing the most noteworthy number of three passings, the Disaster Management Department said.

A day prior to Friday, 26 individuals were killed in lightning strikes in eight regions of the state. In excess of 100 individuals have kicked the bucket because of lightning strikes in the state over the most recent multi week.

Then, RJD pioneer Tejashwi Yadav has hit out at the Nitish Kumar government saying a similar circumstance will come in Patna this year as was seen a year ago.

“Nitish Kumar government has not taken in anything from the errors of a year ago. Nullahs and sump houses have totally fizzled. Two hours of downpour have suffocated Patna,” Tejashwi Yadav said.

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