Tehri Garhwal. Landslides and landslides are also taking place in Laini Bhilang village bordering Ghansali assembly of Tehri district. Cracks are increasing on the walls of the houses, while the courtyards have been torn. The villagers say that since the disaster of 2013, the effect of landslides and landslides over the village is now slowly visible and the land is slipping. Its effect is visible in the villages.
About 70 families are forced to live under the shadow of terror. Many people’s houses have bowed to one side due to cracks, while some are on the verge of collapse due to increasing cracks. Due to which many families have now left their houses and shifted to rented houses in Ghansali and Chamiala. Seeing the situation like Joshimath, fear has increased among the villagers and the family’s life is in danger. The villagers say that those who are economically weak are forced to stay in the village and people are forced to spend the night waking up in the rain.
In Tehri district, Ghansali area is the most sensitive from the point of view of disaster and many remote villages are continuously facing disaster, but they have not been displaced. On the other hand, according to the villagers, a survey of the village was conducted by the administration in 2022, but after the survey, further action is still stuck in the files.
In the matter, DM Saurabh Gaharwar says that complaints have been received from some villages, they will soon be surveyed by the Joint Expert Committee and the report will be sent to the government. After the situation like Joshimath, the people of disaster affected villages of Tehri district are also forced to live in the shadow of fear. In such a situation, there is a need for the right action by the government and administration in this direction at the right time, so that the people of such villages can feel safe.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : January 20, 2023, 16:38 IST