Himachal News : Heavy rain in Himachal Pradesh has killed 50 people so far

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Incessant rains in the country for the last three days have thrown life out of gear and six people have died since last night in landslides and other incidents.

Heavy rain in Himachal Pradesh has killed 50 people so far

Heavy rain in Himachal Pradesh has killed 50 people so far

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Incessant rains in the country for the last three days have thrown life out of gear and six people have died since last night in landslides and other incidents.

Fifty people have died due to heavy rains in the state so far. Due to heavy rains in the state, there has been extensive damage to public and private property, while dozens of other roads have been closed and traffic has been disrupted on all major routes. Has happened.

Due to heavy rains, all the rivers and drains of the state are in spate. Due to opening of flood gate of Pandoh dam in Mandi, flood-like situation has arisen in Mandi city and the water level of Beas river has reached the danger mark.

A couple and their child died after being hit by a landslide in a village in Shimla. The deceased have been identified as Anil, his wife Kiran and son Swapnil. Jaichand and his wife Veena Devi were injured in the incident. Due to bad weather, a devotee also died after slipping on a glacier on the Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra route.

The incident took place during the climb on the Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra, the rescue team has recovered a dead body while the search operation is facing difficulties due to bad weather. In view of the bad weather, the Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra has been postponed for two days. The district administration has postponed the class tracking journey in north district also due to heavy rains and landslides.

On the other hand, one person has died after being hit by a landslide at Takian in Chamba district. The deceased has been identified as Kishori Lal, a resident of Delhi village. Due to heavy rains in the district, all Rivers and drains are in spate and the district administration has advised people to move out of their houses only when necessary.

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Kumud Sharma

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