Learn how to beat heat, sun from these traffic cops in Gulbarga, K’taka
Bengaluru, April 10: Summers are the worst times for those who have to work outside, directly braving the scorching sun. From daily-wage earners to traffic personnel, many in the country have to work standing under the sun as temperatures in various parts of the country have crossed 40 degrees Celsius.
In Gulbarga, Karnataka, where recently the temperature has reached 42 degrees Celsius, traffic police personnel are not shying away from performing their duties. The police department has provided the cops with umbrellas, anti-glare sunglasses and water bottles to help them fight heat and sun.
"Karnataka: Traffic police personnel in Gulbarga provided with umbrellas, anti-glare sunglasses and water bottles to protect from scorching heat," reported ANI.
Karnataka: Traffic police personnel in Gulbarga provided with umbrellas,anti-glare sunglasses & waterbottles to protect from scorching heat. pic.twitter.com/ykQKThWUq9— ANI (@ANI_news) April 10, 2017
Like several parts of the country, Gulbarga is also experiencing severe heat wave conditions in the last few days. Recently, the city witnessed 42 degrees Celsius causing great discomfort to the residents.
The people of Gulbarga, located around 630-km away from Bengaluru, are also experiencing water crisis. In several localities, residents are not getting water for two-three days in a row. According to the met department, temperature will continue to rise in the city in the coming days.