Uttarakhand Glacier Burst: Water deluge in Uttarakhand, know here the information of every moment related to this accident

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The sudden collapse of the Alaknanda and its tributaries in the Rishiganga Valley of Chamoli district of Uttarakhand on Sunday caused heavy havoc in the high altitude regions of the Himalayas. Director-General of Police Ashok Kumar said that about 150 people were missing after the flood. Three bodies have been found and some injured have been rescued. Know here the information related to this flood so far ...


'Water catastrophe' in Uttarakhand, updates till now read here.

PM Narendra Modi said that emphasis is being laid on the lack of medical facilities.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed grief over the Uttarakhand tragedy in Haldia, Bengal

The DGP of Uttarakhand has informed that the threat of flooding has been averted.

Two NDRF teams from Ghaziabad leave for Uttarakhand

NTPC Limited said that the glacier has damaged its project.

According to the ITBP DG, bodies of 10 people have been recovered so far.

A border road organization bridge near Malari beyond the Joshimath area flooded

The President has expressed grief over the glacier bursting incident.

The dam broke due to a glacier burst near Joshimath, news of several people flowing.

The Rishiganga power project collapsed after the glacier broke in the Tapovan area of ​​Chamoli district.

The District Magistrate and two ITBP teams have reached the spot as soon as the information is received.

Three teams of NDRF have been sent to Dehradun.

A team of SDRF and fire brigade rescuers has arrived in Reni village.

The Chief Minister has released a number to help. Contact on 1070 or 9557444486.

Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat appealed not to share the old videos and photos.

A disaster warning has been sent to all the District Magistrates.

Home Minister Amit Shah spoke to Chief Minister Trivend Singh Rawat over the phone. Apart from this, he also spoke to the DIG of ITBP.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the Chief Minister over the phone.

More than 150 workers working in the Rishiganga energy project are missing.

The flow of Alaknanda beyond Nandprayag is normal. The water level of the river is now one meter above normal.

The Chief Minister said that so far there is no news of any kind of public harm.

NDRF DG SN Pradhan said that the Rishiganga river has been affected by the glacier rupture and the bridge being constructed by BRO has been washed away due to floods.

Airlift 3-4 teams from Delhi to Dehradun to Joshimath are being organized.

The Air Force officer said that three helicopters including two Mi-17s of the Air Force and an ALH Dhruv helicopter have been deployed in Dehradun and adjoining areas.

A meeting has been called in the Cabinet Secretariat for relief work. The meeting will be attended by the Director-General and officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs.

More than 200 soldiers are working closely with the local administration. The situation is under control.

The Indian Army has deployed helicopters and troops to support the Uttarakhand government and the NDRF to deal with the floods.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman called it a natural disaster. The Home Minister has assured that every help will be given to the Uttarakhand government.

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi said that the state government should provide immediate assistance to all the victims. Congress companions should also help in relief work.

More than 150 workers working in the Rishiganga energy project are probably directly affected by this natural disaster.

About 50-100 people are missing. Three bodies have been recovered, some injured have been rescued. The power project at Tapovan-Raini has been completely swept away.