Joshimath “Drowned” Live Updates: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dami held a meeting with Officials of National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) on the situation in Joshimath on Monday. Meanwhile, A.J team of Experts from the Central Building Research Institute (CBI) arrived in the sunken city to inspect the affected people area He submitted his report to the state government Today.
One day after Joshimath declared a landing zone, A.J bench of Chief Justice D.Y. Chandrachod and Justice P.S. Narasimha on Monday request petitioner Seeking an urgent permit of Landslides and drowning in the areaas a “natural disaster” to mention it plea Tuesday for urgent list. so far, over 60 families live in damaged homes in The flooded town has been evacuated to temporary relief posts, A.J senior official He said on Sunday.
according to team of bureaucrats and experts who conducted a survey in the areaa set of Recommendations were made in deal order with the crisis. everybody development activities should They are monitored and infringed of Any kind should be avoided along existing drainage channels, a Hindustan Times Move the report on team According to him.
Several other measures were proposed to stabilize the land around the city. She was advised to check the subsidence of the land, which placed several houses in pilgrimage city risk of Collapse.
Relief and rescue efforts have been intensified in Joshimath after a landslide and subsidence-hit Area.
Meanwhile, Uttarakhand government He will pay 4000 rupees per month for up to six months for these who want to move Chamoli District Magistrate (DM) Himanshu Khurrana said, to the rented accommodation on Sunday.
People were told move out of Unsafe and uninhabitable homes as arrangements for was their stay made in Hotels, accommodations and other safe places.
Among some important measures as part of Relief and rescue, temporary relief centers have been set up In four and five safe places within Joshimath. Some more Buildings, including a few hotels, a Gurdwara and two communal colleges, have been acquired to serve as temporary shelters that can accommodate about 1,500 peoplea PTI The report said.
center on Sunday stressing that the immediate priority is safety of people Experts are required to prepare short and long term plans for Preservation and rehabilitation.
The middle of a growing feeling of urgency, senior Uttarakhand government Officials including Principal Secretary Sukhbir Singh Sandhu and DGP Secretary Ashok Kumar Chief Minister R Meenakshi Sundaram worst visited-hit It appealed to Manohar Bagh, Sinjdahar and Marwari districts people To move to temporary relief centers.
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