Monsoon Troubling Uttarakhand

Natural Disasters are something that is out of both context and hands. Now this time 2023 Indian Monsoon is banging with such a terrific water overflow through roads. Many things are suffering from this. Here is the complete report on it.


Dehradun, India. In Uttarkashi, the Jalandhari river flowing between Harshil and Bagori village was in spate due to torrential rains late last night. Due to this, the bridge connecting the Harsil-Kyarkuti track was washed away. On the other hand, the priestly community is worried about the Yamuna River moving towards the Yamuna temple complex. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert for heavy rain at some places in all the districts of the state from July 10 to 12.

Sources revealed 360 dangerous slip roads

This time, Lonivi has identified more than 360 danger slip zones, which can become active anytime during the rainy season. For this, apart from JCB, other machines have been arranged by the department at a fixed distance, so that the routes closed due to slip can be opened in time. During the monsoon season, it cannot be said that on which road debris and boulders may fall from the mountains in the hilly areas of the state. These include Ranikhet block in Almora, Kapkot in Bageshwar, Ramnagar and Bhawali in Nainital, Didihat and Askot in Pithoragarh, Bhatwadi, Chinyalisaur and Badkot in Uttarkashi, Gopeshwar, Karnaprayag, Gairsain, Tharali and Pokhri in Chamoli, Ukhimath in Rudraprayag, Narendranagar in Tehri, Ghansali, Thatur and New Tehri, Sahiya, Chakrata, Rishikesh and Doiwala in Dehradun, Lansdowne, Duggada, Bejro, Pabau and Srinagar in Pauri, Roorkee and Laksar in Haridwar.

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Dhami appeals to everyone to travel after seeing the weather. The Metrological department has given a red alert till July 13.

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has appealed to the people coming to Uttarakhand to be extremely cautious in view of the heavy rains and excess rainfall in the state. In this regard, by issuing a video message to the media and on his Twitter handle, CM Dhami has issued instructions to the Disaster Management Department and other line departments to remain alert.

Holiday in Nainital Schools

In view of the weather forecast issued by the Meteorological Department, Dehradun, the district administration has declared a holiday from July 10 to July 13 in Nainital district. During this time all the schools from class 1 to 12 will remain closed.

DM Vandana Singh said that in the forecast of the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy to very heavy rains somewhere between July 10 and 12 in the Nainital district. Along with this, there is a possibility of moderate to heavy rains in all the hilly and plain areas of the district and strong water flow in rivers, drains, and donkeys.


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