Time is looming in Uttarakhand. Once again there has been devastation in Uttarakhand due to rain, cloudburst and flash floods. The devastation caused by floods and rains was such that the heart of anyone who saw it was shaken. In many parts of the state, the death toll in this disaster has reached 34, the government has announced to help the people affected by the disaster.
Seeing such pictures from many places including Nainital, everyone is horrified. Water is seen flowing over the bridges. It is as if there has never been a bridge here. Even the leaves of the vine got absorbed in the water. Many people have died in the disaster and many people are missing. The government has announced a compensation of Rs 4 lakh each to the families of the victims. Apart from this, one decimal 1.9 lakh rupees will be given to the person who loses the house.
In view of the natural calamity in Uttarakhand, 15 teams of NDRF have been deployed, why 300 people have been done in the city so far. The work of evacuating tourists from the resort is also going on. Nainital has been affected the most. Nainital has recorded 401 mm of rain, while Pithoragarh has received 212.1 mm, Mukteshwar 340.8 mm. At the same time, there is news of cloudburst in Ramgarh area of Nainital district and many laborers have been feared to be washed away in this incident.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that necessary steps are being taken in view of the situation arising due to heavy rains, I am personally going from place to place to take stock of the damage and relief and rescue operations. Necessary steps are being taken in view of the situation arising due to heavy rains, I am personally going from place to place to take stock of the damage and relief and rescue operations.
Nainital has been completely cut off from the rest of Uttarakhand due to blockade of major connecting roads due to successive landslides. The Meteorological Department has predicted that there will be less rain in the next 24 hours.
Meanwhile, due to heavy rains, the Nainital lake was overflowing and flowing like a river in a strong current towards both the Bhowali and Haldwani routes. The situation had become such that 25 to 30 people were trapped for the last 14 hours in the shops which were on the Bhowali road on the Cantt side. He was pulled out with the help of the army. More than two dozen villagers trapped in Sunderkhal village have been safely rescued with the help of Army helicopter in Ramnagar, Nainital.
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