As many as 10 people have died in separate rain-related tragedies in the past 24 hours in India's Uttar Pradesh state, officials said Saturday.
Incessant showers have been lashing the northern stats and neighbouring Delhi since Thursday morning.
"All the 10 died after walls collapsed on them due to heavy showers across the state's Etawah district. Of them, seven were children," a police officer told the media.
An elderly couple was among the three other deceased, the officer added.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday conducted an aerial survey of the flood-hit areas and asked authorities to do the needful.
Wall collapses are common in India, particularly during the monsoon season.