There isn’t a imminent hazard within the synthetic lake fashioned after the avalanche in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand as the amount of water is lower than anticipated and is flowing by way of a pure channel that has been widened, knowledgeable the Uttarakhand Chief Secretary on Monday.
Union House Secretary Ajay Bhalla on Monday held a gathering with Uttarakhand Chief Secretary Om Prakash and different high officers through video conferencing to overview the standing of the synthetic lake fashioned in wake of an avalanche incident within the higher catchment of the Rishiganga River in Chamoli District on February 7.
The Uttarakhand Chief Secretary knowledgeable that primarily based on the bodily evaluation of the synthetic lake made on the positioning by a number of scientific companies and satellite tv for pc knowledge, there isn’t a imminent hazard as the amount of water is lower than anticipated and is flowing by way of a pure channel that has been widened, in keeping with a press assertion.
The assembly was additionally attended by the Director Basic (DG) of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), Director Basic of Nationwide Catastrophe Response Drive (NDRF), Member Secretary of Nationwide Catastrophe Administration Authority (NDMA), Chairman of Defence Analysis and Improvement Organisation, senior Energy Ministry officers, Built-in Defence Employees officers and scientists from numerous Central companies.
The DRDO Secretary and the State administration have been requested to maintain a steady watch on the scenario in coordination with central and state companies.
Out of 206 individuals lacking within the flash flood, our bodies of 70 individuals and 29 physique elements have been recovered from Tapovan in Chamoli district to date, mentioned Chamoli Police.
Furthermore, the SDRF crew in Dehradun consistently monitoring the scenario of the synthetic lake fashioned within the higher reaches of Chamoli district, at management room through the Fast Deployment Antenna (QDA) system.
(With ANI inputs)
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