Etawah, Uttar Pradesh, 4 children were killed after a wall fell due to heavy rain.

Thursday, a wall of their home collapsed in the Chandrapura hamlet in the Civil Line area of Etawah, Uttar Pradesh, because of heavy rain. Four children died and two others were hurt.
Avnish Rai, District Magistrate for Etawah, stated that the family would receive compensation in accordance with the rules because four siblings—three boys and one girl—had passed away.
Sinku (10), Abhi (8), Sonu (7), and Aarti (5) have been identified as the deceased, while Rishav (4) and their grandmother, Sharda Devi (75), who was critically hurt in the wall collapse incident, have been hospitalised at the Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Government Joint Hospital in the district.
Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, also expressed his profound sorrow over the deaths brought on by the wall fall in Etawah.
According to the CMO, CM Adityanath has given the go-ahead to provide the families of the victims a relief sum of Rs 4 lakh from the Disaster Relief Fund and to provide the injured with appropriate care.
“#UPCM @myogiadityanath has expressed his sincere condolences for the deaths lost as a result of the wall collapse in district Etawah. The Chief Minister has ordered the top officials to head over to the area right away and start providing aid, “Tweeted the CMO.
The next of kin of the deceased are to receive a relief payment of Rs 4 lakh, according to directives from the Chief Minister. While wishing for the injured to recover quickly, he offered his condolences to the lost families and told the officials to make the necessary provisions for their care, “it stated in a different tweet.”
After transporting the injured to the hospital, Senior Superintendent of Police Jaiprakash Singh and Etawah District Magistrate Rai had a closer look at the Chandrapur location.
More information about the situation is awaited.
An under-construction roof of the Islamia College of Commerce in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, fell earlier on Wednesday night. Two people who were buried under the debris were found and successfully rescued by the crews.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a forecast for scattered thunderstorms and heavy rain over Uttar Pradesh through Friday on Wednesday.
“Moderate rainfall predicted over Delhi on September 21st and 22nd, with isolated heavy precipitation and thunderstorm/lightning possible over Uttarakhand and West Uttar Pradesh between September 21st and September 25th… and over East Uttar Pradesh between September 21st and September 23rd,” the IMD tweeted.

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