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Cloud burst disaster causes havoc in Uttarkashi

On Thursday, due to heavy rainfall, the destruction was reported from 2 villages in Uttarakhand.

A cloud burst in Yamuna and Ganga valleys continued to wreck havoc in Uttarakhand.

According to the reports of officials, dozens of houses were flattened in this natural calamity.

People were bound to leave the Silkura village.

Though there were no  casualties were reported.However, the weather forecast has alerted of heavy rains in the next 24-hours.

The Disaster Management department official informed that the trek route from Bheembali to Junglechatti has blocked the Kedarnath shrine route.

State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) and police personnel said, Over 100 pilgrims were safely taken to Sonprayag.

It is to be noticed that the rain-related incidents in the hill state take more than 2 dozen people life.

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