Mumbai: Three shops and 15 houses were damaged after a cloudburst triggered flash floods in Himachal Pradesh’s Dharamshala on Friday. Reports said that 45 sheep and goats also went missing. Senior officials directed relief workers to ramp up rehabilitation efforts.
Kangra Deputy Commissioner Nipun Jindal visited Khaniyara alongside Superintendent of Police Kushal Sharma today. Jindal educated the alleviation laborers to facilitate endeavors for the recovery of those impacted because of the weighty rains with the goal that they deal with no issues.
“After receiving information about the cloudburst in Khaniyara on Friday, an SDRF (State Disaster Response Force) rescue team left for the spot within five minutes. A team headed by Tehsildar Apoorva Sharma was also sent to the site for carrying out relief work in the area. The damage caused by the rains is being reviewed and effective steps are being taken by the district administration to ensure that the affected families do not face any kind of problem,” Jindal said.
Calamity the executives control rooms have been set up at locale and sub-region levels with the goal that alleviation and restoration work can be done following getting data about a fiasco, he said. Because of the weighty downpour on Friday, a nullah in Khaniyara town spilled over, harming private and public property in the primary market.
Mud went into houses and shops on the Nag Mandir street and a little extension was washed away, influencing traffic on the Dharamshala-Sidhwari street. A couple of vehicles were likewise harmed in the blaze flood.