Uttarakhand catastrophe: 67 our bodies recovered from Tapovan up to now; rescue operations on


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Chamoli: Rescue and restoration work continues at broken Tapovan barrage, weeks after the glacier burst at Joshimath which triggered a large flash flood on Feb. 7, in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021.

5 extra our bodies have been recovered from the particles of the dam at Tapovan following the glacial burst in Chamoli, Uttarakhand Director Basic of Police (DGP) Ashok Kumar knowledgeable on Sunday. A complete of 67 our bodies have been recovered so removed from the particles of dam Tapovan. NDRF personnel rappelled his means down the mountain to put in a gauge within the Dhauliganga river in Chamoli.

“Water stage of the river is more likely to rise. We’re putting in a gauge to measure its depth and water stage,” mentioned Aditya P Singh, Deputy Commandant, NDRF. After an in depth survey of the lake shaped within the higher reaches of Chamoli, ITBP and DRDO groups returned to Joshimath.

In the meantime, the State Division Response Pressure (SDRF) had mentioned on Thursday that 12 of its groups are engaged within the rescue operation for lacking individuals from Reni village to Srinagar and the communication workforce can also be working concurrently for higher communication within the space.

SDRF mentioned search and rescue operations will proceed for a very long time resulting from a considerable amount of particles and dirt stocked contained in the tunnel. A water sensor warning system has been put in within the Reni village to warn for emergencies.

A glacier burst within the Tapovan-Reni space of Chamoli District of Uttarakhand on February 7 led to huge flooding within the Dhauliganga and Alaknanda rivers which broken homes and the close by Rishiganga energy mission. 

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