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Uttarakhand: Rainfall Disrupted Day to Day Life

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Uttarakhand: Rainfall Disrupted Day to Day Life
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This year may be a crusade for India because it is not only facing the crisis caused by COVID-19 but also natural disasters like cyclone and flood and one notable thing is the pathetic economic situation adding fuel to the fire.

Some districts of Uttarakhand have been lashed by substantial downpour and accordingly, the water level in different streams have gone up. As indicated by the India Meteorological Department, the state is probably going to get overwhelming to extremely substantial downpour at disengaged places in the coming week.

Many houses were washed off and streets harmed because of the pelter at Rudraprayag in Uttarakhand. The state saw overwhelming downpour and tempests and also there have been reports of electricity cuts after trees fell on electrical wires at several areas in the state.

Following substantial precipitation in Dehradun and encompassing territories since morning, the street from Rajpur to Mussoorie was hindered after trees were removed.

Small landslips and debris tumbling from the mountain slants added to the difficulty and day to day life was hit. Floodwaters entered Dehradun’s Tapkeshwar Temple and the water level of Tamsa stream has increased, streaming alongside the sanctuary.

The State Disaster Management Center on Wednesday had cautioned about the chance of overwhelming and substantial downpours in the state on Thursday. All District Magistrates have been coordinated to take prudent steps so as to avoid any untoward episodes.

Overwhelming and relentless rainfall in the state, combined with avalanches, prompted the transitory closure of the Gangotri National Highway.

The key roadway has been shut for about 30 hours now. A neighbourhood inhabitant said their day to day lives have been affected because of the closure of the interstate. Indeed, even territories close to the China outskirt are disengaged after the substantial deluge.

The water level of Sharda Barrage in the Banbasa region of the Champawat area is continually ascending because of the ascent in the degree of Sharda stream following perpetual precipitation in the state, a torrent official said on Wednesday. This may affect two districts of the Uttrakhand and ten districts of Uttar Pradesh, the neighbouring state.

Written By Chanderveer Singh

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