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Rising Rivers Falling Bridges and Falling Houses Disaster Caused By Rain in Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand Weather Due to heavy rain in Uttarakhand, people’s life has become difficult. River drains are in spate. The water of the lake is flowing over the Mall Road in Nainital. The Chardham Yatra has banned due to incessant rains and landslides. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert.

It Has Been Raining Continuously in Uttarakhand For The Last Two Days

After the continuous rain in Uttarakhand for the last two days, there has been devastation in the entire state. The Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an orange alert of heavy rain for today i.e. October 19 as well. Along with heavy rains in many districts, there is also a warning of snowfall in areas higher than 3500 meters of Uttarkashi, Chamoli, Rudraprayag, Bageshwar, Pithoragarh.

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Two Children Killed in Debris due to landslide

A house in Almora’s Bhikiyasain was hit by a landslide. During this, two children buried under the rubble. whose bodies have been recovered. At the same time, in the NTD area of ​​Almora itself, a house came under the rubble. During this, an infant died. At the same time, the police and SDRF team rescued two people safely. On the other hand, the Levada river in Bajpur came in spate. Due to which the main market and colonies flooded. Due to water logging, the belongings of people’s houses have also been completely damaged. At the same time, flood-like situation has arisen in Bajpur too.

Two Laborers Died After Being Buried in The Rubble

Due to heavy rain in hot water, two workers of the company under construction of the highway died after getting buried in the debris that came in the tin shed. Tyeb Khan, who is supervising the widening of NH, said that in the accident, Hasmood (40) and Imran (34) residents of Bhojipura Bareilly UP were crushed to death. On receiving information about the incident, Tehsildar Barkha has confirmed the death of both.

Lake Water Came on The Roads in Nainital

On the other hand, due to heavy rains in Nainital, many places have been flooded. At the same time, there was a crack (stalk) of about two inches in the Tallital intersection. As soon as the information received, the SDM and CO reached the spot. The people trapped inside the shops were rescued by the army personnel due to the strong flow of water in Cantt Road.

Water Entered the Resort in Ramnagar, 100 People Trapped

Due to the overflow of the river, the water of Kosi river had entered the Lemon Tree Resort on Ramnagar-Ranikhet road. According to DGP Ashok Kumar, about 100 people trapped during this period. They are all safe.

Ganga Reached the Danger Mark in Haridwar

The water level of the Ganges in Haridwar has risen above the danger mark after the rain from the mountains. The water level has increased since 8:30 in the morning. Since then the administration is on alert mode. The danger mark of the barrage is at 294 meters. SDO of Uttar Pradesh Irrigation Department Shivkumar Kaushik said that the water level of Ganga is increasing due to release of water from Tehri Dam and Sri Ganganagar after 12:00 pm. Due to which an alert has been issued in the area

Rain Expected in Many Districts

According to Vikram Singh, Director of the Meteorological Center and Senior Meteorologist, due to the winds from the Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea, the Western Disturbance became active and the winds reached Uttarakhand via Afghanistan, Pakistan and in October the weather pattern changed completely for two days. . At present, the pressure of Western Disturbance and South-Eastern Winds is over, so there is very less chance of rain in the next 24 hours. However, there is a possibility of light to moderate rain at isolated places in districts like Pithoragarh, Nainital, Champawat, Pauri. With the sky being clear in the capital Doon and its surroundings, it will be cloudy at some places.

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