Uttarakhand CM Dhami promises on Joshimath compensation, will give the best rate

Joshimath landslide: The situation in Joshimath is very bad. The victims do not want to leave their land and their homes. He is demanding compensation. So Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami promised the people of Joshimath that they will give the best rates.

Uttarakhand CM Dhami promises on Joshimath compensation, will give the best rate

Cracks have appeared in 723 buildings in Joshimath. And so far 131 families have been shifted to safer places. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami is taking every step for the safety of his people. In Chamoli, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami held a meeting with Army, ITBP, scientists and other stakeholders at Joshimath. And while giving courage to the public on this occasion, CM Dhami made a promise that he met the traders' organizations, elected representatives etc. And it has been said to provide all possible help to them. We are sending an amount of Rs 1.5 lakh to people's accounts as interim assistance. The committee will decide that and will give the best rate.

On the Joshimath landslide, Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami said that at this time we are standing with the people of Joshimath in every way, the entire government is standing with them and PM Modi has assured full cooperation in every way. The whole team is working here.

On the Joshimath landslide, Army Chief General Manoj Pandey said that as far as providing help to the local people is concerned, we have given our hospitals, helipads etc. to the civil administration. So that they can transfer people temporarily.

Chamoli District Magistrate Himanshu Khurana said a central team will survey the damage caused to property due to land subsidence. And coordinate with the local administration in relief and rescue efforts and suggest the way forward.

A study by the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing revealed that Joshimath and surrounding areas are sinking at a rate of 6.5 cm (2.5 in) every year. It is being monitored through satellite data. Every year the temples in Joshimath remain submerged in water for some time.