In Telangana State, despite some relief, almost all districts recorded temperatures 2 to 5 degrees above normal yesterday. MeT officials said, the upper air trough moved in a westerly direction bringing down the temperatures by 1-2 degrees in the last 24 hours. However, they warned that the maximum temperatures will rise further in the coming days.
The highest maximum temperature in the state was recorded at 44.1 at Hanmakonda, while Nalgonda recorded 43.8.  The death toll due to sunstroke has risen to 137, with 15 more deaths reported.
Chief Minister Chandrasekhara Rao has called a meeting of District Collectors today to review the drought situation. They will also discuss the heat wave conditions and the action plan to reduce the sunstroke deaths. Congress, Left Parties and BJP are alleging that the State government is not taking sufficient relief measures.

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