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- The condition worsened due to land subsidence, Geological Survey of India team reached for investigation
Jammu12 minutes agoAuthor: Vaibhav Palnitkar
Disaster like Joshi Math of Uttarakhand has happened in Jammu and Kashmir. 21 houses have developed cracks due to land subsidence in Jammu’s Doda. The SDM of Thathri, who reached the information, took the people affected by the disaster to safer places. The team of Geological Survey of India has also reached to investigate the cause of the incident.
The house in Jammu’s Doda has developed such a crack that it has become completely dilapidated.
Doda District Magistrate Athar Amin said that cracks were reported in some houses in the district in December. As of Thursday, six more buildings have developed cracks. They are increasing. The government has been informed about this. The field is cracking.
See the condition of Doda in 5 pictures…
The picture is of a house in Doda district, people of the area are scared after cracks appeared here.
In Doda district, cracks are also appearing on the roads along with the buildings.
In December 2022, cracks were reported in a house in Doda. On February 2, cracks were noticed in 6 buildings here.
By February 3, cracks were found in 21 Dodo houses.
These buildings are being evacuated, people living here are being shifted to safer places.
when what happened in joshimath
- December 27: After cracks appeared in the houses of Joshimath, people warned of agitation. After this, a 5-member team of engineers and officers from the administration investigated the cracks. After this, cracks kept increasing in the houses of Joshimath, when the situation worsened, the state and central government took note of it.
- January 6: Fear increased among the people as cracks appeared in about 500 houses and buildings. Evacuation of people living in affected houses to safer places was expedited.
- After cracks appeared in the houses in Joshimath, now the work of shifting has started.
- January 7: Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami reached Joshimath to take stock of the situation. Meanwhile, Chamoli’s DM Himanshu Khurana told that the problem is only in a few areas. The CM directed to provide all possible help to the affected people.
- January 8: The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) held a high-level meeting regarding the situation in Joshimath. The district administration has been asked to shift the people to a safer place at the earliest. PM Modi spoke to the state’s CM Dhami on this issue.
- January 9: In the evening, a team from the Center reached Joshimath to take stock of the damage caused to the buildings. The team investigated and submitted the report to the state government. 478 houses and 2 hotels were declared as danger zones. At the same time, the Uttarakhand government decided to divide Joshimath into three zones. Till January 9, 81 families were displaced.
- January 10: The demolition of two hotels in Joshimath was stopped after protests by the local people. The hotel owners said that no notice has been given to us. Along with this, he also raised the demand for compensation. The Supreme Court refused to hold an urgent hearing on the matter.
- January 11: Cracks started appearing in 723 houses of Joshimath. CM Dhami met the affected people in Joshimath and asked for help of Rs 1.5 lakh. The CM told that Rs 50,000 will be given for shifting and Rs one lakh as advance for compensation. What will be the final compensation, it will be decided later.
- January 12: Cracks were seen in more than 50 other houses in Joshimath, earlier the figure was 723. People said how could they give up their property without the compensation being fixed. CM Dhami held a meeting with the officials. He said that Rs 1.5 lakh would reach the accounts of the affected by the evening.
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