Uttarakhand glacier burst: Alaknanda River flowing at regular stage, no alert issued


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Chamoli: ITBP personnel perform rescue and restoration work at Raini village, every week after glacier burst on Feb. 7 in Joshimath triggered a flash flood, in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, Sunday, Feb. 14, 2021.

Uttarakhand Police on Sunday asserted that the Alaknanda River at Srinagar in Pauri Garhwal, Uttarakhand is flowing at a standard stage, no alert has been issued by the district administration on this regard. In the meantime, a complete of 50 our bodies have been recovered up to now within the Uttarakhand glacier burst, out of which, 25 have been recognized, Uttarakhand police knowledgeable.

“A complete of 12 our bodies have been recovered on Sunday. 5 from Tapovan tunnel, six from Raini village, and one from Rudraprayag,” mentioned an official assertion.

The assertion added that up to now 32 FIRs have been registered in Joshimath police station in reference to all of the lacking folks.

“Together with this, 23 human organs have additionally been recovered from varied locations in Chamoli district. The DNAs of all of the our bodies and human organs recovered had been stored for identification goal in CHC Joshimath, District Hospital Gopeshwar and CHC Karnaprayag following all of the norms of sampling and preservation. Up to now, 32 our bodies and 11 human organs have been cremated with full non secular rituals and honour by the committee constituted for disposal of useless our bodies as per guidelines,” the assertion additional added.

A glacier broke within the Tapovan-Reni space of Chamoli District of Uttarakhand on Sunday, which led to large flooding in Dhauliganga and Alaknanda rivers and broken homes and the close by Rishiganga energy mission.

(With ANI inputs)

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