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Extreme heat rages in many parts of South Asia

India is heating up too much and too soon even for a country known for its harsh summers. The northwest, central and eastern regions are experiencing waves Unusually hot sun causing concern that this will be the new normal in India.

In the capital New Delhi, temperatures have been above 40 degrees Celsius for several days and are forecast to remain around 44 degrees until Sunday. While last month was already the hottest March since the Indian Meteorological Department started reporting 122 years ago. Yet the peak of summer heat doesn’t arrive until around June.

People have to find ways to cool off, zoos also have to install fans and spray water to reduce the heat for the animals.

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Ms. Parul Bakshi – A resident of Chandigarh city, India said: “We are receiving a ‘hot gift’ from nature. Humans have harmed the environment, we use a lot of air conditioners, cars. I feel I see that the heat will continue to increase, the climate will change quickly, so it is hot like this.”

The heat is also expected to spread to Pakistan, India’s neighbor, leading to the possibility of water shortages.

Mr. Muhammad Tahir – A resident of Multan city, Pakistan said: “It is very hot, but we are fasting during the month of Ramadan, sweating, so we are very tired. The temperature has reached 45 degrees.”

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