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Monday, 8 February 2021

Uttarakhand Disasters LIVE



> Flood in picture 10:The Rishiganga river, which was swept away by the eruption of the glacier, swept away the village and the dam, wreaking havoc on all sides.

A similar catastrophe took place in Kedarnath on June 16, 2013, almost seven and a half years ago. This is the second biggest tragedy in the state since then. See the flood in pictures.

An ITBP man was rescued from the tunnel of a power plant in Tapovan


The young man danced happily after coming out of the mouth of death.


Survivors from the first tunnel in Tapovan were given oxygen


Picture of Tapovan Tunnel. So far 16 people have been evacuated from the mine.


ITBP jawans engaged in rescue preparations in the tunnel


Army personnel investigating people inside the tunnel. The debris here is piled up all the way inside

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Debris accumulated around the tunnel is being removed from the JCB


Many people are buried in this place in Tapovan. The evacuation is underway here.


Debris froze on vehicles and machines parked at the power plant after the water receded

Relief materials were distributed to the locals in Tapovan

Chamoli police have appealed to the people not to spread rumors, misleading videos or messages on social media about the loss of life and property caused by the disaster. Police are monitoring social media. Strict action will be taken against those who do so.

Rescue operation resumes for 30 people trapped in Tapovan tunnel, clears 100 meters of 2.5 km long tunnel


The focus is on the rescue mission on Monday, the day after the tragedy in Chamoli, Uttarakhand. The Rishiganga and Dhauliganga rivers were flooded after the glacier collapsed and fell into the lake on Sunday. Even large stones began to flow rapidly with the water. This trapped people in two tunnels at the Rishiganga Power Project and NTPC, a private company in the Tapovan area. Sixteen people were rescued from the first tunnel on Sunday.

A rescue operation is now underway in a tunnel about two and a half km long. It is estimated that 40 to 50 laborers have been trapped here. NDRF DG SN Pradhan said 191 people were present at the spot, out of which 27 survived and 11 bodies were found. 153 are missing and some of these same missing people are suspected to be trapped in the workers' tunnel. At the same time, Uttarakhand police said that if we talk about the whole of Chamoli, about 202 people have gone missing so far after the tragedy.

ઉત્તરાખંડ આપદા LIVE:NTPC સાઈટથી ગુમ 153માંથી અંદાજે 50 લોકો અઢી કિમી લાંબી ટનલમાં હાલ પણ ફસાયા, દુર્ઘટના વખતે અહીં 191 વર્કર્સ હતા


The rescue operation was halted after the 2.5 km long tunnel overflowed on Sunday night. The NDRF team resumed operations after the water level receded on Monday morning. Debris has been removed from the 100 meter section of the tunnel.

Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat said that it was difficult to remove the debris. He said that debris was being removed from the two and a half km long tunnel. There is also swamp. ITBP jawans have reached the gates of this tunnel with the help of ropes. He said removing debris from the tunnel is a difficult challenge. Dhauliganga and Rishiganga meet. This is the reason why debris has frozen at 3 points on Dhauliganga.

Rawat also made a shocking statement while giving information about the tragedy. "I did not know about the Tapovan project until Sunday," he said.

The rescue team danced happily when they pulled the worker out of a tunnel at the NTPC project site on Sunday.


Chamoli Tragedy: Second Day Updates ..

DRDO's Defense Geo-Informatics Research Establishment Director Dr. "Our team conducted an aerial survey of the glacier area in Chamoli," said LK Sinha. For the first time, it was discovered that a piece of glacier had fallen into the valley


This led to a lake in the valley, which then burst, he said. Which led to such a big tragedy. Reviewing scientific data. The team will visit the scene again if needed.


The NDRF said debris and silt had accumulated in the tunnel and it was having difficulty removing it.


The Army has opened the door to a tunnel by conducting an all-night operation. The operation has been carried out by installing search lights and generators.


Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar said debris was being removed from the tunnel. Attempts are being made to open the large tunnel quickly.


In the Tapovan tunnel where 30 people are suspected to be trapped, 300 ITBP personnel have been rescued.


Air Force Mi-17 and ALH helicopters flew from Dehradun to Joshimath on Monday morning. Aerial rescue and relief mission launched


A team of NDRF and ITBP is conducting rescue operations at different places in Tapovan area. ITBP spokesperson Vivek Pandey said more teams would be sent if needed.




At least 153 people are feared dead in an accident in Tapovan area of ​​Uttarakhand's Chamoli district on Sunday. So far 14 bodies have been recovered from the NTPC project site in Tapovan. There are two tunnels here. Sixteen people trapped in the first tunnel have been rescued. The rescue operation was halted due to rising water in the tunnel on Sunday night. The NDRF team resumed operations after the water level receded on Monday morning. Debris has been removed from the 100-meter section of the tunnel.

Chamoli Tragedy: Second Day Updates ..

Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar said debris was being removed from the tunnel. Attempts are being made to open the large tunnel quickly.

In the Tapovan tunnel where 30 people are suspected to be trapped, 300 ITBP personnel have been rescued.

Air Force Mi-17 and ALH helicopters flew from Dehradun to Joshimath on Monday morning. Aerial rescue and relief mission launched

A team of NDRF and ITBP is conducting rescue operations at different places in Tapovan area. ITBP spokesperson Vivek Pandey said more teams would be sent if needed.

ઉત્તરાખંડ આપદા LIVE:તપોવનની ટનલમાં ફસાયેલા 30 લોકોનું રેસ્ક્યૂ ઓપરેશન ફરી શરૂ, અઢી કિમી લાંબી ટનલનો 100 મીટર હિસ્સો સાફ કર્યો ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો 


The rescue team danced happily when they pulled the worker out of a tunnel at the NTPC project site on Sunday.

The water level in the rivers rose again late Sunday night, causing a
major mishap around 10:30 a.m. Sunday. The glacier at Tapovan in Chamoli of the state collapsed into the Rishiganga river. This caused severe flooding and the dam under construction on Dhauliganga was also submerged. In Tapovan, work was underway on the Rishiganga Hydro Power Project of a private power company and the project of the state-owned company NTPC. This disaster has caused damage here.







According to the ITBP, 15 to 20 workers working on the Rishiganga project are missing. At the same time, about 150 workers are likely to have died on the NTPC project. As many as eight bodies were found from the project site by 8 p.m. This has been confirmed by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat. According to the Uttarakhand government, 25 people have been rescued so far, including 12 from Tapovan and 13 from Raini.

125 people missing after the accident
According to Rawat, a total of 125 people are missing after the accident. Thirty-nine people, including four policemen, are missing in the Rishiganga project. The NTPC project was underway at a distance of 5 km from here. Here 176 workers were out to come on duty. There are two tunnels here. 16 people have been evacuated from one of the tunnels. The exact number of people in the second tunnel is not known.

Rescue operations will continue at night.
A team of NDRF and ADIRF has reached the spot and is conducting rescue operations after the accident. According to ITBP PRO Vivek Pandey, the rescue operation will continue at night as well. On the other hand, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Rawat has announced Rs 4 lakh assistance to the family of the deceased. Rs 2 lakh will also be provided from the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund. The injured will get assistance of Rs 50,000.

Fear in Gangakinara areas

With the breaking of the glacier, the river Dhauli took the form of a roar. In a few moments, she overcame all obstacles along the way. On reaching the Rishiganga power project site, the river became so large that it swept away the entire dam. All the machinery and people on the spot were also rushed.

The active administration has since issued an alert to Haridwar and stopped the discharge of water from Tehri Dam to Bhagirathi. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has reached the spot and is monitoring the situation.

There is fear in Alaknanda and Gangakinara areas after this incident. Rafting and boating are banned in Rishikesh. In addition, the closure of the Srinagar Hydro Power Project has also been vacated.

This picture is of Tapovan Dam, where a lot of damage has been done after the water level of Dhauliganga rose.

Understand in 5 points when the disaster of Uttarakhand came, how it came and how much damage was done ....

1. Rising water level in Rishiganga and Dhauliganga
Glaciers in Tapovan area of ​​Chamoli broke at Rishiganga around 10:30 am. This caused the river to rise. Here the river goes to Raini village and meets Dhauliganga so its water level also increased. Houses along the rivers were flooded. The surrounding villages were then evacuated.

2. Damage
to Rishiganga and NTPC Project Rishiganga Power Project is located in Raini village on the banks of Rishiganga river. The project is completely ruined. About 15-20 workers are missing from here. The bridge constructed by the Border Road Organization on Joshimath Malaria Highway here has also collapsed. The rescue team has reached here. The water level also rose where the water of Rishiganga meets Dhauliganga. Water seeped into the NTPC project. As a result, two swing bridges connecting the village were also washed away. There are reports of deaths of about 150 workers working on the NTPC project.

3. 10 bodies found
so far 10 bodies have been found so far. Sixteen workers have been rescued from the NTPC mine. The rescue team is conducting a continuous operation.

4. Army and Air Force joined in the rescue. In
addition to SDRF, NDRF, ITBP, the Army has also sent 600 of its personnel. The air force has also sent three helicopters, including a Mi-17 and a pole, to the rescue mission. The air force said more aircraft would be sent if needed.

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5. Is there still a risk?
According to Uttarakhand police, water levels in Srinagar, Rishikesh and Haridwar could rise above the danger mark. Alerts have been issued in cities along the Ganges in Uttar Pradesh. Officials are keeping a close watch in several districts like Bijnor, Kannauj, Fatehgarh, Prayagraj, Kanpur, Mirzapur, Garhmukteshwar, Ghazipur and Varanasi.

This is how the water level of Dhauliganga rose after the glacier burst. Many houses along the coast were flooded.

Appeal not to pay attention to rumors: Trivendra Rawat
Uttarakhand Chief Minister has appealed to the people not to pay attention to rumors. The government has announced helpline numbers 1905, 1070 and 9557444486. The government has appealed not to spread rumors by circulating old videos about the incident. A Kumbh Melo is going on in Haridwar and an alert has been issued there.

The Rishiganga power project has also suffered a lot in this disaster.

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