World news – « India with Uttarakhand, » says PM as Glacier Break Damagers Power Plant


A glacier eruption in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand triggered an avalanche and massive flooding along the Alaknanda and Dhauliganga rivers on Sunday morning, which forced the emergency evacuation of thousands from the surrounding areas and damaged homes and the nearby Rishiganga power station. </ About 100 to 150 people could have been killed in the flash flood, Uttarakhand chief secretary Om Prakash told the ANI news agency. Authorities fearing hundreds more could still get stuck.

Five NDRF teams (one from Dehradun and four from Delhi) and two ITBP (Indo-Tibetan Border Police) were used for search and rescue.

Further NDRF teams are being mobilized. NDRF Director General SN Pradhan told the PTI news agency: « We are working on moving three to four more teams from the Hindon IAF base near Delhi. » Over 150 workers on the flood-affected energy project in Rishiganga are missing, SDRF DIG Ridhim Aggarwal told PTI. « Representatives from the energy project have told me that they are unable to contact around 150 of their workers at the project site, » she said.

Authorities also fear the safety of workers involved in ongoing road and rail projects area.

A warning has been issued for all downstream counties, and people from Vishnuprayag, Joshimath, Karnprayag, Rudraprayag, Rishikesh and Haridwar have been warned not to visit river banks.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is in Assam is about to run for the assembly elections, said he is reviewing the situation and has spoken to Prime Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and other top officials.

« I am constantly watching the unfortunate situation in Uttarakhand. India stands by Uttarakhand and the nation prays for the safety of everyone there. I have spoken to high-level authorities and information about the NDRF’s operation, Rett The Prime Minister tweeted. Interior Minister Amit Shah also tweeted and said he had also spoken to Prime Minister Rawat.

« Regarding the natural disaster in Uttarakhand, Prime Minister TS Rawat and I have spoken to the General directors of the ITBP and the NDRF spoke. All officers and organizations involved are working on a war basis to keep people safe. The NDRF teams have gone for rescue operations and any help is being made available, « tweeted Mr Shah.

Ts में प्राकृतिक जी ts ts के सम्बंध ts ts @tsrawatbjp जी, GD ITBP व GD NDRF से बात की है सभी सम्बंधित अधिकारी लोगों को सुरक्षित करने में युद्धस्तर पर काम कर रहे रहे। NDRF की टीमें बचाव कार्य के लिए लिए गयी गयी हैं देवभूमि को हर सम्भव मदद दी दी।

Mr Rawat asked people not to panic or spread rumors and emphasize that the county, police and civil protection teams are dealing with the situation.

« Do not listen for any rumors. The government is taking all necessary steps, « Rawat tweeted on Sunday morning, adding that he wanted to interview the affected regions.

 » If you are stuck in the affected area and need help, please contact the Disaster Operations Center at the number 1070 or 9557444486. Please do not spread rumors from old videos about the incident, « Rawat tweeted.

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