Pushkar Singh Dhami News
Chief Minister Dhami said that there was no major damage, but according to various media reports, the condition of the people of Joshimath is bad. He pointed out that there is no reason to panic because of the situation in Joshimath and people sitting in other parts of the country should not comment on it. The Chief Minister also said that the Chardham Yatra will commence in four months.
The people affected by the Joshimath landslide are extremely worried about their lives and their prime concern for them is about their future. The Uttarakhand government decided to waive off the electricity and water bills of affected families for six months. It also decided to conduct a study on the carrying capacity of all towns located in the hills.
Joshimath Sinking: Uttarakhand's CM Dhami makes a big statement says, 'Disaster came due to many reasons'
Joshimath Crisis: The affected residents in the holy town are demanding `proper` rehabilitation and compensation. They have said that they will not vacate buildings until the government does not give them proper compensation and rehabilitation. In support of the affected people, a large number of villagers reached Joshimath and took out a procession.
Joshimath Land Sinking: The district administration on Monday said basic facilities at relief camps set up for the affected people were being constantly inspected. State’s CM Pushkar Singh Dhami has once again assured all possible help to people in Joshimath. According to the Chamoli District Disaster Management Authority, 603 buildings in Joshimath town have developed cracks so far.
Joshimath, which is the gateway to famous pilgrimage site Badrinath, is currently facing a major challenge due to land subsidence. Known as the place where Adi Guru Shankaracharya subjected himself to penance centuries ago, Joshimath is sinking gradually with huge cracks developing in its houses, roads and fields.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, who came to Joshimath for an aerial inspection, has been strongly protested by the local people. Due to the landslide in Joshimath, there has been a crack in the wall of the houses of the local people. After this the Chief Minister of the state has faced huge opposition.
Joshimath land sinking: Uttrakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on Friday directed officials to set up a temporary rehabilitation centre at a safe place in Joshimath. He said that sector and zonal wise planning should be made in Joshimath. The Chief Minister instructed that the danger zone should be vacated immediately and the disaster control room should be activated in Joshimath without delay.