Joshimath sank 5.4 cm in 12 days: ISRO’s satellite images revealed; The government waived electricity and water bills from November to April

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Joshimath sank by 5.4 cm in just 12 days. ISRO has made this disclosure through satellite images. It has been told that between 27 December 2022 and 8 January 2023, the city sank by 5.4 cm. Even before this, between April 2022 and November 2022, Joshimath had gone down by 9 cm.

ISRO’s Organization National Remote Sensing Center ie NSRC said that between the last week of December and the first week of January, Joshimath started sinking rapidly.

It can be seen in the satellite images that the subsidence zone is located in Central Joshimath including Army Helipad and Narsingh Temple. The maximum subsidence has been observed at an altitude of 2180 meters near the Joshimath-Auli road. In scientific language, it is called the crown of subsidence. On the other hand, the lower part of Joshimath situated just above the Alaknanda river is also sinking. Although this is the primary report of ISRO.

Understand from this satellite image…

The affected area of Joshimath, which rapidly sank by 5.4 cm in 12 days.

Several decisions were taken in the cabinet meeting
Important decisions were taken in the cabinet meeting for arrangements for the affected people of Joshimath. All the ministers of the state talked about donating their one month’s salary to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. After the meeting, the Chief Secretary informed that the affected people of Joshimath would be shifted to new places besides Pipalkoti, Gochar, Kotifarm, Selang. Rs 450 per person per day will be spent on food for the people living in the relief camps. At the same time, two people from a family will get work in MNREGA.

The government will also give 15 thousand rupees per animal to the cattle rearer. There are 80 big and 45 small animals here. Apart from this, electricity and water bills from November 2022 to April 2023 have been waived off. Those taking loans from government and private banks will be given relief of one year and six months on loans from co-operatives.

The work of demolishing hotels in the affected area has stopped
Due to rain and snowfall in Joshimath, the demolition work of Malari Inn and Mount View hotels has been stopped. This work can start again on Friday. Hotel Malari Inn was taken over by the SDRF last evening. Police closed the surrounding roads. The protesters have also been removed. This hotel has totally bent backwards. Mount View will also be demolished soon.

Hotel Malari Inn has completely bent backwards. Another hotel Mount View will also be removed soon.
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