16 Dead After Temple Collapses, Homes Washed Away In Himachal Monsoon Fury

16 Dead After Temple Collapses In Himachal Monsoon Fury
16 Dead After Temple Collapses In Himachal Monsoon Fury

Himachal Monsoon Fury: A tweet by Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu expressed condolences for the families who have been affected by the rains in Himachal Pradesh.

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Himachal Pradesh’s Chief Minister confirmed 16 people have died in two separate incidents caused by heavy rains within 24 hours. Nine people were killed in a landslide at a Shiv Temple in the Summer Hill area of Shimla city following a cloudburst incident in the Solan district last night.  

Himachal Monsoon Fury

Two landslides in Shimla city may have buried 15 to 20 people, Shimla Deputy Commissioner Aditya Negi told PTI.   The cloudburst in Mamligh village of Kandaghat subdivision in Solan resulted in the rescue of six people. News agency ANI reported that two houses and one cowshed had been washed away.  

According to Superintendent of Police, Solan, Gaurav Singh, the dead in Solan were Harnam (38), Kamal Kishore (35), Hemlata (34), Rahul (14), Neha (12), Golu (8), and Raksha (12).  

Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu offered condolences in a tweet, and said he had directed authorities to provide all support and assistance to the families.  

In the tragic cloudburst incident that took place in village Jadon in Dhawla Sub-Tehsil in Solan District, seven precious lives were lost. “We share your pain and sorrow during this difficult time,” the Chief Minister’s Office tweeted. My sincere condolences go out to the grieving families.  

A mere 1.5 hours later, the Chief Minister shared the distressing news that nine bodies had been pulled from the debris of the Shimla temple. As a result of heavy rains in Shimla, the “Shiv Mandir” at Summer Hill collapsed.  

Himachal Monsoon Fury

Nine bodies have been recovered so far. Efforts are being made by the local administration to remove debris in order to rescue trapped individuals. “Om Shanti,” he wrote on Twitter.   During the calamity, 752 roads were closed in the state, according to the state emergency operation center.

Despite heavy rains, the Chief Minister said on Sunday that all educational institutes in the hill state will be closed today to ensure the safety of students. Additionally, he was informed about the closure of the road routes and the damage caused by landslides.

Due to heavy rains, the Chief Minister has instructed the Chief Secretary, Home Secretary, and all DCs to keep a close eye on the situation. According to the Chief Minister, the administrative staff should maintain smooth arrangements for roads, electricity, and water.  

All ongoing examinations of Post Graduate classes, including B.Ed exams scheduled for August 14, have been cancelled by the state Department of Education.  

A fresh spell of Western Disturbance is to blame for the heavy rains in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, the Indian Meteorological Department announced today.  

Due to the location of the Monsoon trough, the South-westerly Arabian Sea monsoonal winds are hitting the Himalayan foothills, said the weather department.  

The IMD stated on Sunday that moderate to heavy rain is likely to continue in many parts of the state, with extremely heavy to very heavy rain in isolated areas of Chamba, Kangra, Hamirpur, Mandi, Bilaspur, Solan, Shimla, Kullu, and Sirmaur.  

In Beas, Ranjit Sagar, and the Pong dam catchment area, it forecast very heavy rainfall at many places and extremely heavy rainfall at isolated locations.  

Due to the monsoon’s destructive impact on Himachal Pradesh, officials announced on Sunday a staggering loss of 7020.28 crore caused by the floods and landslides.  

Himachal Pradesh’s monsoon season began on June 24. Various causes contributed to the 257 deaths during the monsoon, according to officials.  

Of the 257 people, 66 died due to landslides and flash floods. 191 died from road accidents or other causes. 32 people remain missing and 290 people were injured.  

In the monsoon havoc across the state, 1,376 houses have been damaged, while 7,935 homes have been partially damaged.

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