Uttarakhand: Record level of rains in Uttarakhand .. 47 killed .. Prime Minister Modi on the latest situation | Uttarakhand Battered By Rain, Flooding, PM Speaks To Chief Minister

Uttarakhand: Record level of rains in Uttarakhand .. 47 killed .. PM Modi seeks latest status

Uttarakhand Floods

Uttarakhand Floods: Devbhoomi Uttarakhand trembles due to natural calamity. The state has been battered by incessant rains for the past three days. Mukteshwar received 340.8 mm of rainfall in the last 24 hours. The record rainfall so far is 254.5 mm, which fell 107 years ago on 18-09-1914. However, the record was shattered by the recent three days of torrential rains. On the other hand, record levels of rainfall were recorded in various parts of the country. Pantnagar received 403.9 mm of rainfall in the last 24 hours. The record high rainfall recorded 31 years ago was also broken. On July 10, 1990, Pantnagar received 228 mm of rainfall. Heavy rains are also expected in Champawat, Nainital, Geolikot, Bhimtal, Haldwani and Ramnagar.

Despite the Meteorological Department forecasting heavy rains in the state and warning the government, the rains were heavier than expected. The Meteorological Department says this is due to changes in the monsoon. The IMD has issued warnings to the people of the state to be vigilant. So far 47 people have died due to heavy rains. Yesterday alone, 42 people were killed. More than 25 people were killed in Nainital alone. Nainital district is inundated with rains and floods. Internet services were interrupted. The Naina Devi Temple on the banks of the Naini Lake and the Mall Road are flooded. The Kosi River is overflowing and travelers seem to be stranded in many places.

Three people were killed when rocks and mud fell on them in Pauri district. Two more house workers were killed when landslides broke in Champawat district. Roads and railways were destroyed in several places. The bridges collapsed. As a precautionary measure, the Badrinath yatra was suspended. Advised to stay in a safe area. It was advised not to continue the trip until the rains subsided.

CM Pushkar Singh Dami conducted an aerial survey of the rain-affected areas. Compensation of Rs 4 lakh has been announced for the families of the deceased. The CM said that assistance of Rs 90 lakh would be provided to those who lost their homes. Authorities were instructed to assess crop damage. SDRF and NDRF teams accelerated relief efforts. Prime Minister Modi phoned CM Pushkar Singh Dami to inquire about the situation in Uttarakhand. The center is said to be oval.

Also Read: Power of United Family .. See how the elephant escaped from the flood calm ..

Leave a Comment