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Uttarakhand: Incessant rain cuts off nainital from rest of state | IN PICS

Three Army helicopters will soon arrive in the state to assist in relief and rescue operations, out of which, two are to be sent to Nainital district where heavy rains have caused massive damages, with houses collapsing in cloudbursts, landslides killing people and leaving many trapped in the rubble, Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami said.

India TV News Desk [ Published on: October 19, 2021 16:04 IST ]
  • At least eleven more deaths were reported in Uttarakhand on Tuesday as incessant rains continued to lash various parts of the state, especially Kumaon region, razing houses to the ground and leaving many trapped in the debris.
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    At least eleven more deaths were reported in Uttarakhand on Tuesday as incessant rains continued to lash various parts of the state, especially Kumaon region, razing houses to the ground and leaving many trapped in the debris.

  • Four people were trapped in the debris of a collapsed house at Rapad village in Bhetrojkhan area of Almora district out of which a woman was rescued safely, the SEOC said.
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    Four people were trapped in the debris of a collapsed house at Rapad village in Bhetrojkhan area of Almora district out of which a woman was rescued safely, the SEOC said.

  • The district administration is trying its best to help tourists stranded in the town, the police has been deployed to warn incoming and outgoing traffic, asking them to stay put until the wet spell is over, a report from Nainital said. 
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    The district administration is trying its best to help tourists stranded in the town, the police has been deployed to warn incoming and outgoing traffic, asking them to stay put until the wet spell is over, a report from Nainital said. 

  • Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami undertook an aerial survey of the affected areas along with state Disaster Management Minister Dhan Singh Rawat and state DGP Ashok Kumar to assess the damage caused by the rains.
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    Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami undertook an aerial survey of the affected areas along with state Disaster Management Minister Dhan Singh Rawat and state DGP Ashok Kumar to assess the damage caused by the rains.

  • Ten people from Kolkata who were stranded at Kalchanth on the Rudranath trek route have been rescued by the forest department personnel and brought to Gopeshwar, said Amit Kanwar, Divisional Forest Officer, Kedarnath Forest Division.
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    Ten people from Kolkata who were stranded at Kalchanth on the Rudranath trek route have been rescued by the forest department personnel and brought to Gopeshwar, said Amit Kanwar, Divisional Forest Officer, Kedarnath Forest Division.

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