More than a dozen roads closed in the first rain, power failure in hundreds of villages Almora. Due to the first monsoon rains in the district, life has become completely disturbed. Half a dozen rural roads have been closed in the district. The electricity department has suffered damage due to falling trees at many places and there is power failure in dozens of villages. Bageshwar disaster officer Shikha says that a tree has fallen on the main line from Shama to Liti-Gogina-Kimu, which has stalled power supply in two dozen villages. A dozen roads have been closed and JCB machines are working to open them. Due to incessant rain, we are facing a lot of difficulties in working. Nevertheless, efforts are being made to open the roads soon and restore power. Almora Disaster Officer Rakesh Joshi says that wherever the information of road closure is coming, disaster teams are cutting trees on the spot and roads are being opened by JCB machines. Situation is normal now. Whatever roads are closed, they will be opened soon. NDRF team has also reached Almora. The district administration will get help to deal with any serious situation. Local resident Kavinder Pant said that Ranidhara Road had been informed about the deteriorating condition for a long time, but no action was taken by the department. Walls have collapsed at many places, closing the road for large vehicles and opening it for two-wheelers. If the road had been repaired earlier, then such problems would not have arisen.

A dozen roads have been closed in Almora, which JCB machines are working to open them.

A dozen roads have been closed in Almora, which JCB machines are working to open them.

Almora disaster officer Rakesh Joshi says that wherever there is information about road closure, disaster teams are going to the spot and cutting trees and roads are being opened by JCB machines. Situation is normal now. Whatever roads are closed, they will be opened soon.

Almora. Due to the first monsoon rains in the district, life has become completely disturbed. Half a dozen rural roads have been closed in the district. The electricity department has suffered damage due to falling trees at many places and there is power failure in dozens of villages. Bageshwar disaster officer Shikha says that a tree has fallen on the main line from Shama to Liti-Gogina-Kimu, which has stalled power supply in two dozen villages. A dozen roads have been closed and JCB machines are working to open them. Due to incessant rain, we are facing a lot of difficulties in working. Nevertheless, efforts are being made to open the roads soon and restore power.

Almora disaster officer Rakesh Joshi says that wherever there is information about road closure, disaster teams are going to the spot and cutting trees and roads are being opened by JCB machines. Situation is normal now. Whatever roads are closed, they will be opened soon. NDRF team has also reached Almora. The district administration will get help to deal with any serious situation.

Local resident Kavinder Pant said that Ranidhara Road had been informed about the deteriorating condition for a long time, but no action was taken by the department. Walls have collapsed at many places, closing the road for large vehicles and opening it for two-wheelers. If the road had been repaired earlier, then such problems would not have arisen.




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