Srinagar . Just After seven months of Jammu and Kashmir once again in the risk of devastating floods. Due to the devastation of flood in Kashmir and its other flood affected parts, people have started moving the safe places. Meanwhile, a condition caused by heavy rains have killed seven people and 15 are missing.
Central government is taking action on flood-prone areas . Rescue operations NDRF (NDRF) sent eight teams to the valley; and has alerted the army. The relief of Rs 200 crore has been sanctioned Agrrim funds by central government. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed has assured all possible help.
Seven districts declared alerts
On Monday, 21 people in landslides in Bdgham goods including cattle and four houses were buried alive. The bodies of six people, including two women, were recovered, while others continue to seek. Police hope to survive the people trapped in the debris is extremely low. Police said the accident Pirpanchal Bdgham Fayaj Lone Nilnag area is located in the hills.
Layden-Nagam village about nine o’clock in the morning had suddenly ground subsidence and landslides in mountainous pile of dirt and rocks falling down, was huge. Four houses were completely buried in the rubble. In south Kashmir’s Kulgam police and CRPF men were saved, but the 164 th Corps fully Kshtigrrst three-story building was built for them.
Jammu, Rajouri and Poonch districts, 20 houses collapsed in the rain, while a person’s death is reported in Udhampur. Six bridge located at various places in Kashmir news flow. Srinagar-Jammu highway landslide reported some places. Therefore, the third day of the rest of the country is chopped Srinagar. The administration has declared an alert in seven districts of the valley. Given the threat to accommodate people who leave home is being arranged. Flood-prone areas, schools and colleges have been closed and examinations have been postponed.
Modi sent to assess Naqvi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take stock of the situation in Kashmir has sent Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi. With the help of the state in the event of natural disaster is assured. Srinagar, after visiting flood-hit areas, including Lalchauk Chief Mufti Mohammed Sayeed said the situation in the assembly. He said the state government for flood rescue operations and Jammu and Kashmir million to 25 million rupees. He is said to be in control of the situation.
Jhelum many places dangerous
Heavy rains in the past 36 hours the Jhelum river in Kashmir places has crossed the danger mark. Flood water is filled in the lower areas of Kashmir. Srinagar in the lower realms and three dozen villages have reported flood. However, some places in Srinagar on Monday morning, the rain stopped and the break-up continuity of rain.
But the weather office again within a few days of heavy rain is predicted. Seven months ago, the memory of the devastation caused by floods in the lower realms of the Srinagar-based people are frightened. Flooding that occurred in September 2014, 280 people were killed in the state, while tens of thousands were homeless. In the flood devastation not yet been recovered.
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