The Kumaon region has been affected the most by the rains.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah will conduct an aerial survey of the areas of Uttarakhand affected by heavy rains today. Home Minister Amit Shah reached Dehradun on Wednesday evening. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, Union Minister Ajay Bhatt and BJP State President Madan Kaushik welcomed the Union Home Minister at Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun. Union Home Minister Amit Shah will conduct the first aerial survey of the disaster-affected places today. After this, Jolly Grant will take a meeting of officials at Dehradun Airport itself and give directions.
Home Minister’s minute to minute program
At 9:30, the Home Minister will leave for GTC Helipad from Raj Bhavan.
BSF helicopter will take off from GTC helipad at 9:45 am
By 11:30, the Home Minister will conduct an aerial survey of the disaster-affected areas.
Will reach the State Guest House at Jolly Grant Airport at 11:40.
From 11:45 to 12:45, there will be a meeting at the State Guest House at Jolly Grant Airport. At 1:00 PM, Home Minister Amit Shah will leave for New Delhi by IAF aircraft from Jolly Grant Airport.
Central government and BJP leadership is worried
The central government and the central leadership of BJP are also worried about the natural disaster in Uttarakhand. In view of this, the state BJP has postponed all programs from booth level to state level till October 24. Shaheed Samman Yatra has also been postponed. Cabinet ministers have also postponed their programs. According to BJP state president Madan Kaushik, national president JP Nadda took stock of the relief work after the rain in the state over the phone. He called upon the party officials and the workers of the organization to mobilize in helping the disaster affected. Kaushik said that State General Secretary Rajendra Bhandari and Kuldeep Kumar have been given the responsibility of coordination. All the call centers of the party are active and connected till the booth level.
In the Kumaon division, the District President and the senior officers of the organization have been instructed to immediately form teams and help the people by reaching the affected places. In coordination with the administration, ration kits, clothes and essential items will be provided to the needy.
Death toll due to rain in Uttarakhand rises to 55
Six more bodies were recovered on Wednesday in heavy rain-hit Uttarakhand, taking the death toll in the state to 55. Landslides triggered by rains have blocked many roads and also disrupted power supply in many villages.
According to official figures, six more bodies were found today from the rubble of the destroyed houses. Five people are still missing and 17 have been injured in rain-related incidents.
The official figures for missing people in Uttarakhand do not include 11 members of a trekking team that had left from Uttarkashi but failed to reach their destination in Chitkul in neighboring Himachal Pradesh. It has been affected, under which Nainital also comes.
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