48 dead due to heavy rain in Uttarakhand: 11 people missing.
Unusual rains ravage beautiful Uttarakhand. The Koshi River flows over the danger line because Jim Corbett National Park has been flooded. From hotels to cars, everything is floating on the water. Landslides are being reported in various places.
Many tourists are in trouble due to such a disaster. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami urged tourists not to travel to Chardham in this situation. Wherever you are, stay there for the next few days!
So far, the NDRF has evacuated at least 300 people from the flood-affected area. In Uttarakhand, 15 NDRF teams are conducting rescue operations.
Uttarakhand’s Chief Minister, Pushkar Singh Dhami, visited the area in a helicopter. He has also reached various places by road.
48 people have died due to the rain. There are still 11 people missing.
The Chief Minister has announced that he will pay 4 lakh rupees to the families of the deceased. Railways, bridges, and roads have been badly damaged.
Kumaon’s Almora and Champawat divisions were the hardest hit by the rains. Roads collapsed in different places.
Amit Shah is scheduled to arrive in Dehradun on Wednesday afternoon to review the situation. The NDRF has rescued many tourists from the hot water of Nainital.
Rescue work is stalled in several places in Uttarakhand. Public life is affected by rains.