Cloud Burst in four districts of Uttarakhand: High alert for the next 24 hours

Seasonal weather in Uttarakhand has become scary. A cloudburst has damaged four districts in Uttarakhand.

On Friday, one month after the cloudburst of Tehri, Uttarkashi, Pauri, Nainital the local rivers and the fields and many households got flooded due to heavy rains. There is no contact with many small villages. Due to rain in Chamoli, Badrinath land way got closed for straight 8 hours.  Seeing the mood of the season, the administration has alerted all the district officials. The police, along with the SDRF and NDRF, have also become vigilant.

The weather changed on Friday in Uttarakhand. The water lines along with the fields got damaged due to this natural calamity. Four animals died in the Paudi area already.

A report of the death of an eight-year-old girl has come to the notice. The girl was crossing river along with her parents when rescue team successfully saved the parents but found the dead body of 8-year-old Savitri’s body after 17 hours of search.

Due to this, a dozen shops and houses were damaged.  Due to the flooding of the rivers, the water in the house and the fields were blocked, the road to Ramnagar was also closed due to rain.

Officials of Uttarkashi, Rudraprayag and Chamoli districts said that there are no conditions of concern on the four Dham Yatra routes. District Officer of Uttarkashi, Dr. Ashish Chauhan said that the road to the Gangotri and Yamunotri is a safe way. Chamoli district official said that Badrinath road was closed in the night but it started in the very next morning. Rudraprayag district official said that the yatra is fairly safe and the administration is fully prepared for the safety of the passengers.

The weather department has issued an alert saying that Dehradun,  Udham Singh Nagar, Haridwar and Pauri Garhwal will have a wind speed of 70 to 80 km per hour, and rainfall in the mountainous areas are likely to occur.

There has been a flood in the Mandakini river due to heavy rains, people have not forgotten the river flood that took place in 2013.



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