Badrinath highway blocked due to landslide in Uttarakhand

Dehradun: There has been a change in the weather in the state of Uttarakhand. In the Chamoli city, the rain stopped overnight. Badrinath Highway Chhinka, Bhanerpani, Gulabkoti, Pagalnala, Kali Mandir, Ghosheel and Lambgarh are closed in the city. As a result, about 145 devotees are going on a journey to Badrinath Dham, waiting for the highway to open in Pipalkoti, Joshimath, Govindghat and Lambagarh.

Dewal Tiraha and Gopeshwar-Pokhari-Hapla road on the Tharali-Dewal route are closed at many places. Along with this, 17 contact motorways of the city are also closed. Electricity supply in eight villages of the city is also closed. The supply of LPG in the area is closed due to the Maithana-Palethi motor road being closed for two days. Many places in the road between Shivpuri and Tapovan in Rishikesh were blocked.

Due to this, the Pokeland equipment is also buried under the debris. In opening the road, NH people told that it will take at least 7 to 8 hours. Do not let any train from Tapovan come towards two wheeler or four wheeler Shivpuri. The road has been blocked due to the large amount of debris on the road east from Neer Gaddu, one kilometer ahead of Tapovan. Due to the excess water in the Haval River, the slums on the banks of the river have been shifted along with other Nepalis behind the road. A landslide on the Kathgodam Nainital Highway on NH 87 confirmed the route. The route was also blocked. Due to this, people had to face many problems.

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