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Joshimath land subsidence, the central government formed a 6-member study committee, CM Dhami held a high-level meeting

Not only the state government, but the central government is also worried about the frequent landslides in Joshimath, Uttarakhand. The Central Government has constituted a 6-member expert committee to find out the mystery of Joshimath landslide, which will submit its report to the Center in three days. In this regard, the Central Government has issued orders on Friday itself. At the same time, on Friday, January 6, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami also held a high-level meeting with the officials in Dehradun.

Cracks in more than 600 houses

Due to landslide in Joshimath, the situation is becoming dangerous everyday. The cracks in the houses and roads are getting wider. More than 600 houses are in danger. At the same time, CM Pushkar Singh Dhami has also instructed the officials in the meeting to first shift the affected people to safer places. The state government team is conducting on-site inspection of the situation in Joshimath.

The government will give four thousand rupees every month to the homeless

Let us tell you that the Uttarakhand government has announced on Friday that four thousand rupees per month will be given to the homeless families. Apart from this, teams of NDRF and SDRF have also reached the spot. So that any kind of situation can be dealt with. Apart from this, a disaster control room has been set up on the orders of the CM. At the same time, the CM has also instructed to set up a big temporary rehabilitation center in the meeting.

NTPC’s tunnel work has been stopped

In view of the situation in Joshimath, the work inside the tunnel of NTPC Power Project has also been completely stopped. In view of the problem, the district administration has banned Helang bypass construction work under BRO, construction work under NTPC’s Tapovan Vishnugad hydropower project and construction work under municipal area with immediate effect till advance orders.