Geologists have discovered the reasons for the earlier Uttarakhand production. Hundreds of people died in the floods that occurred on February 7. Many went missing. Many of those who remain untraceable are thought to be dead. Recently discovered the cause of this product.
Reason behind Uttarakhand tragedy: No one can forget the recent water crisis in Uttarakhand for a few years. Hundreds of people were stranded in the mud due to the sudden, unpredictable flood. The impact of the merger was so great that when reports came in that about 1,500 people had gone missing, not even a hundred bodies could be recovered. When the mud turned into piles of mud .. a catastrophic flood occurred in the state of Uttarakhand that could not dig up the dead under them.
The floods in Uttarakhand caused extensive loss of life and property. Nearby houses, dams and power stations were swept away by the floodwaters as the Dhauliganga, Rishiganga and Alaknanda rivers overflowed. Although it is estimated that about 70 people were killed in the incident, many believe the death toll could be in the hundreds. 125 traces have not yet been found. However, scientists have concluded that the floods were caused by heavy landslides. Officials from the International Center for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) announced their scientific findings. A report on this has recently been published by some media houses.
“22 million cubic meters of igneous rocks mixed with ice caused the Uttarakhand meltdown. The debris accumulated by such incidents in the past has pushed the ice water forward and contributed to the flow extraction, ”ICIMOD said in its report. Dams were also destroyed by the floodwaters. The Bailey Bridge, built to accommodate people from 13 villages in Chamoli district, was also completely washed away in the floodwaters. Swept away. As a result, the people of those villages lost contact with the outside world. Immediately after landing in the field, the government resumed construction of the bridge on February 25. The Uttarakhand government aims to complete it by March 20. However, the Borders Road Organization (BRO) completed the construction ahead of schedule. The trials ended and Bailey Bridge went public on Friday (March 5).
The latest eruption after the Kedarnath catastrophe in 2013 claimed many lives. When the glacier broke and overflowed, the hydel project washed away in the Tapovan and Reni areas of Uttarakhand. Houses and bridges were washed away. In fact, life is always miserable in the hilly areas that stretch across the state of Uttarakhand. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Melting snow in the southern part of the Himalayas is a curse for Uttarakhand. Due to the geography of Uttarakhand, there are frequent floods, avalanches, landslides and earthquakes. Leading to loss of life and property. Uttarakhand has seen a lot of traffic jams on the roads for days due to unpredictable landslides. The latest outbreak has reminded the people of the state of Uttarakhand, which is prone to frequent natural disasters, that the central and state governments need to take armed action to protect the people, especially the Chardham shrines, which are considered the holiest by Hindus.
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