Total death in Uttarakhand
Total death in Uttarakhand flood 2021, To assess the damage caused by the rains, CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, state Disaster Management Minister Dhan Singh Rawat, and state DGP Ashok Kumar conducted an airborne inspection of the affected districts. CM directed all district magistrates (DMs) to examine the damage to farmers. And submit a report to him as soon as possible
Rawat urged them not to be alarmed, stressing that all necessary precautions were being taken to get them to safety. Rawat also urged Chardham yatris to remain around and wait for the weather to improve before continuing their journeys. He also requested that the DMs of Chamoli and Rudraprayag districts pay special attention to visitors. Especially those trapped along the Chardham Yamunotri path.
Roads, buildings, and railroad tracks are indeed under severe effect in Kathgodam and Lalkuan in Nainital. Rudrapur in Udham Singh Nagar also is now facing damages, according to Uttarakhand Police Director General Ashok Kumar. He also joined Chief Minister Dhami on a tour to the rain-stricken parts of the Kumaon region. Kumar told PTI that repairing the damaged tracks would take at least four to five days.
On Tuesday, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) announced that it has saved around 350 people from Uttarakhand’s flood-affected regions. “The rescue effort is ongoing, and teams have so far evacuated over 350 people from the Udham Singh Nagar region. Rescue operations are continuing at other flood areas.” 2 existing low-pressure complexes, one over the Arabian Sea and the other over the Bay of Bengal, is responsible for the extreme weather events in Uttarakhand.
State authorities have warned Dham visitors to not travel to Himalaya holy sites till the weather is better. Dhami Tuesday urged pilgrims to remain in their current locations and not restart their pilgrimage till the situation improves.