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Himachal Cloudburst: PM Modi Express Concern Over Calamity

Himachal Cloudburst: PM Modi Express Concern Over Calamity

Cloudburst in HP: Indian PM expresses concern over calamity

Disaster has broken from the sky in Himachal Pradesh. Due to cloudburst in many areas of the state, destruction has come. Many vehicles were washed away in Dharamsala, houses and shops also collapsed. Roads were closed due to road flowing near Shimla. Monsoon rains will continue in the state in the same manner till July 16. Meanwhile, Indian PM Modi said that all possible help is being given to the state. The situation in Himachal Pradesh is being monitored.

PM Modi tweeted, “The situation is being monitored due to heavy rains in Himachal Pradesh. The officials are working closely with the state government. All possible cooperation is being given. I pray for the safety of the people in the affected areas.”

Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke to the Chief Minister of the state Jai Ram Thakur. Amit Shah tweeted, “I have spoken to Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur regarding the natural calamity caused by heavy rains in Himachal Pradesh. NDRF teams are reaching there soon for relief work. The Ministry of Home Affairs is continuously monitoring the situation. Himachal will be given all possible help from the Center.

On Amit Shah’s tweet, the Chief Minister said, “Heartfelt gratitude to Union Home Minister Amit Shah on behalf of the people of the state for sending teams of NDRF for relief work and dealing with natural calamity in the state. Our government is also doing everything possible to deal with this situation.

Along with this, the Chief Minister said, “There has been a lot of damage due to heavy rains in various areas including district Kangra of the state, for which we have called for a report. We have given instructions to the Deputy Commissioners of all the districts to carry out relief work and provide all possible help to the affected. The CM further said, “It is a humble request to the residents and tourists to take precautions in view of bad weather. Do not go near rivers and streams and places prone to landslides.

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