Nature's havoc in Uttarakhand, water of Kosi river entered resort - 100 people trapped

Nainital: Rain in Uttarakhand for the last 48 hours has created havoc. Here is the calamity of nature, there is only a trace of destruction all around. In view of this, people are shocked. In the Nainital district, 10 people have died due to the demolition of a house in a village in Ramgarh block. Six persons from the same family died in a house in Chaukhuta village of Dhari tehsil. With this, water has entered a resort in Ramnagar.

It is said that around 100 people are trapped inside the resort. On the other hand, a child was buried in the debris after his house collapsed in Bhimtal. Moreover, three persons have died due to debris coming from a hillock at a house in the Almora district. According to reports, the teenager was buried to death when the wall of the house collapsed in Almora Nagar. On the other hand, a youth has died when a stone fell from a hillock in Bageshwar district. At the same time, two labourers died when they were buried in debris in the Khinapani area on the Almora-Haldwani highway.

A total of 24 deaths have been reported so far. At the same time, it is being said that Nainital's contact has been cut off from the country and the world and the lake water is overflowing here. According to reports, about 100 metres of shunting neck at Kathgodam railway station was washed away in Gaula river and trains have been suspended due to waterlogging. Dozens of mountain routes here have been blocked due to debris. There is panic among the villagers here.

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