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‘We are with you’: Opposition amid high level meeting in PMO to save sinking Joshimath

Sinking Joshimath: All state administration, opposition, state, and central government have convened to preserve Uttarakhand’s Joshimath. Principal Secretary to Prime Minister PK Mishra convened a high-level assessment meeting on the situation in Joshimath on Sunday.

PMO convened high-level meeting

According to ANI, the Chief Secretary of Uttarakhand informed the PAO from Joshimath at a review meeting presided over by PK Mishra, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister. On the other side, the Secretary of Border Management and a member of the National Disaster Management Authority would visit Uttarakhand on Monday.


Uttarakhand’s Chief Secretary provided information

PK Mishra, Prime Minister Modi’s Principal Secretary, informed during the Joshimath review meeting that agencies of the Government of India, experts, and other parties are aiding the state government. One NDRF team and four SDRF teams have already arrived in Joshimath.

These institutes will do extensive research

Following this meeting, it was decided that teams of experts from the National Disaster Management Authority, the National Institute of Disaster Management, the Geological Survey of India, IIT Roorkee, the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, the National Institute of Hydrology, and the Central Building Research Institute would make recommendations after conducting additional research.


In this calamity, we stand with the government and the people: Rawat

Apart from that, former Uttarakhand Chief Minister and Congress politician Harish Rawat stated that the survival of Joshimath, as well as the lives and livelihoods of its citizens, are in jeopardy. We support them. Aside from that, we support the administration and the Chief Minister in their endeavour. There has been a minor delay, but if we move quickly and the Centre uses all of its resources, victory will be certain. Joshimath’s rescue should be a national endeavour.

Rawat stated that if specialists determine that tunnels or other causes are to blame, they should be terminated immediately. Things must be started over. A local people’s committee should be created, and reforms should be undertaken in close collaboration with all stakeholders.

PM Modi called Chief Minister Dhami

According to the Uttarakhand Chief Minister’s Office, PM Modi talked with CM Pushkar Singh Dhami on the phone. Took information on the efforts taken to safeguard and rehabilitate the affected persons, as well as the status of the immediate and long-term action plan to remedy the situation.

According to the Prime Minister’s office, the Prime Minister is personally watching the situation in Joshimath and the government’s security efforts. Also promised all possible assistance in saving Joshimath.

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