Prime Minister's office called an important meeting regarding Joshimath in Uttarakhand
The CM became emotional during the meeting with the affected families. CM Dhami met people of all ages from elders to children and got to know their problems. He said that our effort is to save everyone safely. Preparations are being made for necessary arrangements.
Dr. PK Mishra, Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will hold a high-level review today in the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) with the Cabinet Secretary and senior officials of the Government of India and members of the National Disaster Management Authority on the issue of Joshimath. The District Magistrate of Joshimath will also be present in this review meeting through video conference. Senior officials of Uttarakhand have also been asked to attend the review through video conference.
In Joshimath, a religious tourist town of Uttarakhand, the ground is sinking and due to this cracks are appearing in the houses. Houses are collapsing in Joshimath and people are in danger of losing their shelter due to this natural calamity. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami had also reached Joshimath, a sinking town in Chamoli district of the state, on Saturday. The CM became emotional during the meeting with the affected families. CM Dhami met people of all ages from elders to children and got to know their problems. He said that our effort is to save everyone safely. Preparations are being made for necessary arrangements.
The Chief Minister said that premier institutes like IIT Roorkee and other institutes are in talks with ISRO to find out the reasons for this. Geologists doing work. Apart from the Guwahati Institute, IIT Roorkee is also in talks with ISRO. According to the statement issued by the Chamoli district administration on Friday, out of total 561 establishments, there are 153 establishments in Ravigram ward, 127 in Gandhinagar ward, 28 in Marwari ward, 24 in Lower Bazar ward, 52 in Singhdhar ward, 71 in Manohar. Cracks have been reported in Bagh Ward, 29 in Upper Bazar Ward, 27 in Sunil Ward and 50 in Parsari.