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Too hot! Odisha woman makes roti on car hood as intense heat wave confirms global warming fears

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A woman makes roti on the hood of a car (Photo- Twitter/Viral video)

Sonepur, Odisha: Intense Heat wave conditions have been regularly reported across large parts of India. After the hottest March in 122 years, the temperature has risen again in April and no one knows what May has in store for us.

The maximum temperature in many parts of the country exceeded 40 degrees Celsius in April. Meanwhile, Odisha has also continued to bear the brunt of summer since last week, with the Special Relief Commissioner issuing a statewide heat wave alert, especially for nine districts, until 30 april.

At this point, a video has gone viral on social media where a woman from Sonepur district of Odisha can be seen doing roast on the hood of the car under the scorching sun. The temperature at that time would have been 40 degrees Celsius.

Nila Madhab Panda, an Indian producer and director from Sonepur of Odisha shared the video of the woman making the roti on the car hood on her verified Twitter account.

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He captioned the video, “Scenes from my city Sonepur. It’s so hot you can make roti on the car hood.

According to IMD forecast, heat wave conditions will affect Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Sambalpur, Sonepur, Angul, Deogarh, Balangir and Boudh on 28-29 April. However, the situation should improve in Angul, Boudh and Jharsuguda on 30 April. , as reported by The new Indian Express.

However, the video sparked fears of global warming. The last United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report warned that the South Asian country, including India, could face multiple disasters induced by climate change over the next two decades.

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