Local officials and SDRF are present on the spot and are engaged in rescue work. In the initial information, three people including two children have been saved.
After the cloud burst in Chamoli, debris entered people’s homes.
Chamoli is once again in the limelight due to natural disaster. A cloud burst over the main market of Chamoli Vikas Nagar Ghat, after which huge amount of debris started flowing on the roads. During this time, a lot of debris got into people’s homes, causing panic in the entire Ghat band. People somehow saved their lives, but due to the cloudburst, a lot of debris came into people’s homes and caused a lot of damage to the people.
Although there is no information about any casualty, cost-heavy torrential rains continue in the district. According to information received from the news agency, many shops and houses were buried in the debris, but no casualties were reported. According to the information, local officials and SDRF are present on the spot and are engaged in rescue work. In the initial information, three people including two children have been saved.
Uttarakhand | A cloudburst hit the Binsar hill area of Chamoli district causing major destruction in the market, with many shops buried under debris. No casualties reported. Local Officers and SDRF at the spot. A man and his two children rescued, pic.twitter.com/6DSQhG4UEg
– ANI (@ANI) May 4, 2021
Chief Minister gave instructions to help the affected
After this horrific disaster, the Chief Minister of the state Tirath Singh Rawat took full information from the District Magistrate. The Chief Minister has given instructions to provide immediate relief to the District Magistrates. He himself tweeted and said, “On receiving information about the damage caused by excessive rainfall in the Ghats of Chamoli district, the District Magistrate called Chamoli and directed him to provide immediate relief to the affected.”
In another tweet, talking about providing assistance to the affected people said, “The state government will ensure proper treatment of the injured and complete arrangement of food and shelter of the homeless and assess the loss to the people as soon as possible Assistance will be provided. “