Let me tell you, there was a loss in the market due to cloudburst in the Binsar hill of Chamoli district. Many shops are buried under rubble. At the same time, no casualties have been reported.
Damage due to heavy rains in Chamba
Villagers say that we have suffered a lot due to heavy rainfall. Late in the night due to torrential rains in the Chamba district, life has been disturbed. In the Kuned Panchayat of development block Mahela, there has been damage due to cloudburst. Although no known damage has been reported yet, there has been a lot of damage due to water entering people’s homes.
Roads have also been broken due to the rapid flow of water, the crops of people have also been eroded. On the other hand, in the gram panchayat plur, due to cloudburst, the vehicles standing on the way have been buried under the debris. Routes have been blocked from place to place. Due to the closure of the road, the administrative officials are having difficulty in reaching the people. Dozens of plur, killed, tuned panchayats have been affected by the torrential rains.
While the wheat crop of the people of Loni, Dalotha Banni and Kuned village has been damaged, the recently harvested maize crop has also been destroyed. Chamba-Bharmour National Highway is also blocked at many places. The Public Works Department is fully involved in road restoration.
On the other hand, CM Tirath Singh Rawat, on receiving information about the damage caused by excessive rainfall, called the District Magistrate Chamoli and directed to provide immediate relief to the affected.