Joshimath Sinking: PMO is monitoring Joshimath landslide case, team will arrive shortly for survey
Now the Joshimath landslide case is being monitored by the PMO. Joint Magistrate Deepak Saini said that updates are being taken continuously in the matter from
The situation is continuously worsening due to landslides happening in Joshimath. Landslide has now engulfed all the wards. Now the Joshimath landslide case is being monitored by the PMO. Joint Magistrate Deepak Saini said that updates are being taken continuously in the matter from the PMO. Full care is also being taken that people do not face any kind of trouble here.
On Wednesday, 66 families from Joshimath were shifted to safer places. So far 77 families have been shifted. The state government is keeping an eye on the whole matter. On the instructions of Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, a team of experts will leave for Joshimath on Thursday.
SDC Foundation has released its third report on major natural calamities and accidents in Uttarakhand. According to the Uttarakhand Disaster and Accident Synopsis (UDAS) report, 500 houses in Joshimath are not fit to live in. In the report, concern has been expressed about the frequent landslides in Joshimath. Along with this, the incident of cricketer Rishabh Pant being injured in a road accident has also been seen as a warning.
The main part of the report this time is about the landslide of Joshimath. The report states that more than 500 houses in the city are not fit for habitation. People allege that the administration has not taken any action to deal with the situation, due to which they came out on the streets on 24 December. On this day, around 800 shops in the city remained closed as a protest. The reasons for the Joshimath landslide have also been mentioned in the report. Apart from this, there is no major disaster or accident in the state in December 2022.
The report is important in terms of disaster management
According to Anup Nautiyal, President, Social Development for Communities (SDC) Foundation, the 'Udaas' monthly report will be helpful for politicians, policy makers, officials, researchers, educational institutions, civil society organisations and media persons. Along with this, it can also be used while formulating policies for the minimization of damages caused by accidents and disasters. Uttarakhand is very sensitive from the point of view of disasters.