Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami reaches disaster affected area

Dehradun: The highest rainfall in Jumma village of Dharchula on Sunday night had wreaked havoc. Due to heavy rains, 7 houses were razed to Jamuni and Napoli Tok. Five persons were killed in the accident. While two people are still missing. CM Pushkar Singh Dhami reached Dharchula on Tuesday in the process. CM reached Dharchula by helicopter at 11:30 pm.

CM will conduct an aerial survey of the damage caused by the disaster. The CM Dhami's helicopter will land at the helipad at Elagad in SSB where he will meet the disaster victims, he will then return to Dharchula by helicopter. The highest rainfall in Jumma village of Dharchula on Sunday night had wreaked havoc. Seven houses in Jamuni and Nalpoli Tok were razed due to heavy rains. Seven persons including three sisters and their uncles were buried in the debris. The bodies of the three sisters and two women were seized while the couple (uncles of the three sisters) is missing. 4 persons from Jumma village were injured in the incident.

With this, the highest rainfall that started on Sunday night led to landslides and seven houses in Jamuni and Nalpoli Tok in Jumma village. Chandra Singh Dhami, his wife Hazari Devi, and three nieces Sanjana, Renu, and Shivani were buried in the debris in Jamuni Tok.

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