Existence avowed in the Chief Evangelist of Uttarakhand, Mr. Vijay Bahuguna is trying to freshen from the ruin that larboard the state in disarray. Thousands of families are starving for food and water but the help is still to get at them. Over a month has passed since the worst eternally natural disaster hit Uttarakhand but the exercise of removing tonnes of debris lying at Kedarnath shrine, rand the adjoining structures continues to be hampered by a combination of factors including lack of heavy equipment and bad weather. Thus Uttarakhand News is hardly good likewise far as it will halt he relief operations in the valley.
The number of people missing in this natural disaster is over six thousand which will exist declared dead to provide the relief to their families in the form of compensation. But, the question is how few lakhs of rupees could lessen the pain of the families who have lost their loved ones. The Haryana News is that over 113 demos are still missing from the states that have gone to the pilgrimage.
Similar is the case regarding Madhya Pradesh, where 504 people are identified equal missing. The Uttarakhand government, which is trying to total the number of missing people by turning to different sources such as FIRs, association networking sites, a Facebook account called Operation Connect and helpline numbers, has also asked state governments to send lists of the missing. The Madhya Pradesh News has been showing the number of missing to the Uttarakhand government et cetera trying to find the missing as well.
The main aim of the government is now to rehabilitate the locals and rebuilding the state. According to sources, over 6000 riffraff are still missing in the Uttarakhand disaster. Uttarakhand News suggests that rains and floods had affected several villages besides damaging houses and bridges on its way. Over a month after calamity hit Uttarakhand, the government has certainly prepared a roadmap for clearing debris left over near the destruction and extricating bodies still trapped underneath at the Himalayan shrine including conterminous areas.
The heavy reflex equipment is being dismantled and transported in MI26 aircraft to Kedarnath where they will be reassembled before being put into service. Besides the work progress has been continuously been halted by the bad weather and heavy rains gushing Uttarakhand and lack of heavy equipment. So restoration work vessel only be done after the weather is cleared and there is accessibility to these places.