News Cubic Studio

Truth and Reality

Uttarakhand : Rs 3.72 crore distributed as advance relief in Joshimath, 301 affected families benefited

Secretary, Disaster Management, Dr. Ranjit Kumar Sinha, while giving information about the relief and rescue and permanent/temporary rehabilitation work being done by the state government after landslides and landslides in Joshimath city area, said that in Joshimath An amount of Rs 3.72 crore has been distributed to 301 affected families as advance relief.

Secretary Disaster Management has informed that the initial discharge of water in Joshimath which was 540 LPM on January 06, 2023. Was, currently reduced to 182 LPM. In the temporarily identified relief camps, Joshimath has a total of 661 rooms with a capacity of 2957 people and Pipalkoti has 491 rooms with a capacity of 2205 people. Till now cracks have been noticed in 863 buildings. He informed that 01 area/ward has been declared unsafe in Gandhinagar, 02 in Singhdhar, 05 in Manoharbagh, 07 in Sunil. Building 181 is located in an unsafe area. 282 families have been temporarily displaced in view of security. The number of displaced family members is 947.