New Delhi, May 28: More than 1,200 people have been killed across India due to the deadly heatwave. Forcasters predicted that temperatures in Delhi and other part of the country will continue to rise.
People in the national capital on Thursday, May 27 were shocked to find a part of Ring Road which was melted due to the deadly heatwave.
Delhiites and people in the NCR region have been struggling to deal with the current condition as temperature has already touched 45.5 degree Celsius.
Nearly 900 people have died since May 18 in Andhra Pradesh and more than 200 people died in Telangana as temperatures hit 48C.
Most of the deceased were construction workers, the elderly or homeless people unable to heed official advice to stay indoors.
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Delhi road melted due to heatwave
Deadly heatwave scorches the country which has resulted in road surfaces melting in Delhi.
This is a view of Ring Road in the national capital on Thursday, May 28.
Heatwave: Delhi Ring Road melted
Road markings have been distorted with the asphalt roads melting due to the heatwave.
This is a view of Ring Road in Delhi on Thursday, May 28.
Heatwave: Shocking pic from Delhi
Forecasters predicted that high temperatures will rise in coming days.
More than 1,200 people died so far across the country due to the deadly heatwave.
Deadly heatwave scorches Andhra Pradesh, Telangana
Nearly 900 and 200 people died in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana respectively.
Temperature in the Southern states touched 48 degree C.