Uttarakhand News: A big update has come out from Uttarakhand. In fact, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, while holding a press conference, gave important information regarding the ‘Disaster Management Programme’. He said- “The sixth session of the disaster management program will run from November 28 to December 1.” In such a situation, people from abroad including senior officials are going to come to participate in the program. The Chief Minister said that we will also request Prime Minister Narendra Modi to participate in this program.
Special discussion will be held regarding disaster management
If seen, this year’s heavy rains have wreaked maximum havoc on the hilly states. These include Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. Recently, Uttarakhand government has informed about landslides caused by rain. And a grant of Rs 450 crore was given for repairs due to damage caused to the roads. In such a situation, now the state government is going to have a special discussion on this under the ‘Disaster Management Programme’.
What is special in the program, who will participate
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said during the press conference regarding the 6th Global Disaster Management Conference in Dehradun, “Complete preparations for the Disaster Management Program have been done. Our aim is to discuss and resolve disaster related issues. The Prime Minister will be invited to the conference. They will also be requested to come. According to the information, people from all over the world are going to participate in this conference.
In the month of August, Himachal Government had written a letter to the Central Government regarding the disaster. In which it was said that due to the devastation caused by heavy rains, the Central Government should declare a national disaster. During this time, BJP National President JP Nadda had visited the flood affected areas in Himachal.
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