India Meteorological Department (IMD) has announced a heatwave warning for at least five states in India. This comes as the country experiences its hottest summer ever. Many parts of the country are now recording temperatures around 45 degrees Celsius. India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heatwave conditions in large parts of the country for at least the next five days. A heatwave warning has been announced for Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, UP and Odisha as parts of these states record temperatures above 45 degrees Celsius. National capital of the country, Delhi, recorded a maximum temperature of 43.5 degrees, the highest in April in 12 years. Gurgaon crossed 45 degrees, the highest ever temperature in the month of April, reported NDTV. Bengal is also witnessing rising temperatures. Watch the video to know more.