A report has come from Joshimath in Uttarakhand, in which it has been told that 25 percent of the area there is in danger.
Because of which many houses there will have to be demolished.
Today a high level meeting has also taken place in Delhi regarding Joshimath.
Its meeting was held by Principal Secretary PK Mishra in the PMO.
How to save Joshimath and whether Joshimath will survive or not. There was a discussion about this. There was also a discussion on where the houses that would be demolished would be resettled.
The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) statement said senior officials from Uttarakhand and experts from IIT Roorkee, National Institute of Disaster Management, Geological Survey of India, Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology also participated in the review through video conference.
The Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister stressed that the immediate priority for the state should be the safety of the people living in the affected area. The state government was also asked to establish a clear and continuous communication channel with the affected people. It was also emphasized that immediate efforts should be made to arrest the deterioration of the situation through practical measures and an inter-disciplinary investigation of the affected area should be carried out.
During the meeting, it was informed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is concerned and has reviewed the situation with Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami.