Rain creates mess in Bageshwar – Damaged residential house in Dyangan, pets buried in rubble

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Bageshwar. A buffalo and his calf (Thori) were buried among the rubble due to damage to the residential house on Saturday in Dyangan, near the district headquarters. The buffalo and the calf have been saved alive.
According to information received from the Disaster Management Department on Saturday morning, it was reported that the disaster management control room was damaged in the house of Sher Singh’s son, Diwan Singh, in Dyangan and the buffalo and calf were be suppressed among the ruins. Following the instructions of DM Vineet Kumar, the Police team, the Department of Finance and the Department of Livestock arrived at the scene. Police and the Treasury Department team with the help of the local population pulled the buffalo and its calf from the rubble. The Department of Livestock team cared for the injured animals at the same location. Both animals had minor injuries to their bodies.
He could not stand due to a stretch in the muscles of the buffalo calf. The Livestock Department team gave painkillers. After treatment, the calf was placed on its legs. Both animals began to eat fodder. The Livestock Department provided medicines to the ranchers. Due to the damage to the house, the housing problem has arisen in front of the family. Tehsildar Deepika Arya, who arrived at the scene, assured to help the affected family according to the rules.
The disaster is affected by the rain
Bageshwar. Wednesday’s overflows have been deeply hurt in the Kapkot region. People living in houses in danger from landslides tremble in the rain.
Due to Wednesday’s overflow, the security wall of the courtyard of Bahadur Singh and Jaman Singh, a resident of Kapkot, collapsed. There was a landslide near the house. Landslides have posed a serious threat to the homes of both families. Affected families are protecting the houses by tying polyethylene to the damaged wall. So far, these families have not received any help from the government and the administration. Former MP Lalit Farswan met with the affected families and reviewed the loss. He said there are very bad conditions since the disaster. There is a serious threat to people’s residential homes. The government and administration should take strong steps to protect homes that have been threatened. They have questioned whether government personnel are reaching out to the affected villages to assess the damage. Dialogue
Power crisis in Guad-Bhilkot, Baida-Mohra
Bageshwar. Over the past four days, there has been an electrical crisis in Gawad-Bhilkot district, Baida-Mohra. Power lines have been damaged by damage. Trees have fallen on the power line in Guad-Bhilkot. The UPCL team arrived on Saturday to fix the Guad-Bhilkot line on the fourth day. On the other hand, the Baida-Mohra power line has caused an electricity crisis in all areas. Disaster management officer Shikha Suyal said the power line is being repaired in Baida Majera. Soon the power supply will be soft. Dialogue
Team shots at Dugacuri University
Bageshwar. Due to lightning, all electrical equipment, including computers, printers and inverters, has been blown up at Dugnakuri Degree College. The power line has been burned. Grade college equipment has been affected by the blowing equipment. There have also been interruptions in studies. Dialogue

Bageshwar. A buffalo and his calf (Thori) were buried among the rubble due to damage to the residential house on Saturday in Dyangan, near the district headquarters. The buffalo and the calf have been saved alive.

According to information received from the Disaster Management Department on Saturday morning, it was reported that the disaster management control room was damaged in the house of Sher Singh’s son, Diwan Singh, in Dyangan and the buffalo and calf were be suppressed among the ruins. Following the instructions of DM Vineet Kumar, the Police team, the Department of Finance and the Department of Livestock arrived at the scene. Police and the Treasury Department team with the help of the local population pulled the buffalo and its calf from the rubble. The Department of Livestock team cared for the injured animals at the same location. Both animals had minor injuries to their bodies.

He could not stand due to a stretch in the muscles of the buffalo calf. The Livestock Department team gave painkillers. After treatment, the calf was placed on its legs. Both animals began to eat fodder. The Livestock Department provided medicines to the ranchers. Due to the damage to the house, the housing problem has arisen in front of the family. Tehsildar Deepika Arya, who arrived at the scene, assured to help the affected family according to the rules.

The disaster is affected by the rain

Bageshwar. Wednesday’s overflows have been deeply hurt in the Kapkot region. People living in houses in danger from landslides tremble in the rain.

Due to Wednesday’s overflow, the security wall of the courtyard of Bahadur Singh and Jaman Singh, a resident of Kapkot, collapsed. There was a landslide near the house. Landslides have posed a serious threat to the homes of both families. Affected families are protecting the houses by tying polyethylene to the damaged wall. So far, these families have not received any help from the government and the administration. Former MP Lalit Farswan met with the affected families and reviewed the loss. He said there are very bad conditions since the disaster. There is a serious threat to people’s residential homes. The government and administration should take strong steps to protect homes that have been threatened. They have questioned whether government personnel are reaching out to the affected villages to assess the damage. Dialogue

Power crisis in Guad-Bhilkot, Baida-Mohra

Bageshwar. Over the past four days, there has been an electrical crisis in Gawad-Bhilkot district, Baida-Mohra. Power lines have been damaged by damage. Trees have fallen on the power line in Guad-Bhilkot. The UPCL team arrived on Saturday to fix the Guad-Bhilkot line on the fourth day. On the other hand, the Baida-Mohra power line has caused an electricity crisis in all areas. Disaster management officer Shikha Suyal said the power line is being repaired in Baida Majera. Soon the power supply will be soft. Dialogue

Team shots at Dugacuri University

Bageshwar. Due to lightning, all electrical equipment, including computers, printers and inverters, has been blown up at Dugnakuri Degree College. The power line has been burned. Grade college equipment has been affected by the blowing equipment. There have also been interruptions in studies. Dialogue

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