At least 90 people were killed Tuesday by lightning strikes in India

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Nalanda, Bhojpur, Rohtas, Kaimur, Aurangabad, Purnea registered four deaths each, while Katihar, Saharsa and Saran districts recorded three human fatalities each; but the most of any state in the country, 57 died and other 24 were injured in Bihar.Financial assistance will be provided to affected families. Lightning is the leading killer among all natural disasters in India: in 2014, 2,582 people died this way. Farmers in east India are calling for action from the government, to install protection in some areas. They say the government should help farmers working in the fields, who make up a large proportion of the thousands of Indians who die in lightning strikes every year. Lightning strikes are relatively common in India during the June to October. But the Earth changed, it seems to be now more electricity in the sky and at least in some parts of the world this is very dangerous.

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