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Thursday, February 25, 2021

All night relief work carried out at war level: from NDRF to CM-DM, UN also assured cooperation after Mustaid, Britain, France

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Amid the overnight relief and rescue work following the glacier collision at Tapovan in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand on Sunday (February 07, 2021), Chamoli district police said that a total of 15 persons have been rescued so far and 14 bodies have been separated. – have been recovered from different locations. More than 125 people are still reported missing.

On the other hand, the search and rescue of stranded workers in the tunnel continued throughout the night in inaccessible areas. After this incident in Uttarakhand, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat is constantly reviewing the rescue operations.

Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said that the Indian Army, Air Force, NDRF, ITBP, SDRF have reached the scene of rescue work promptly and are extending their full cooperation. Also, the central government is constantly monitoring the rescue operations.

Rescue work has been started once again from 04 am. Debris is being removed from near the tunnels. Relief rescue operations were started in the affected Rainey and Tapovan. Debris is being removed from Tapovan Tunnel. According to reports, 50 people are still trapped in the two tunnels.

The control room at Joshimath has been prepared by the Indian Army for rescue operations. JCB, Cheetah chopper, engineering task force, medical team are deployed on the occasion.

Two C-130 aircraft of the Indian Air Force landed at Jollygrant Airport in Dehradun at night with teams from the Indian Air Force (IAF) choppers. The Indian Air Force has assured full help. Earlier ITBP, NDRF, SDRF were present in rescue operations.

as well as the, Britain, United States of America, after France, now also expresses their condolences on this incident in Uttarakhand and has assured cooperation in rescue operations. A UN Secretary-General spokesman said, “The Secretary-General is deeply saddened by the loss of life and damage to dozens of people from the eruption of the glacier in Uttarakhand and subsequent floods.” He expresses his deepest condolences to the families of the victims, the people and the Government of India. The United Nations is ready to contribute to rescue and aid efforts when needed. “

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