35 people stranded in NTPC tunnel, 197 people missing after a glacier collapsed in Tapovan in Chamoli district on Sunday

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Uttarakhand, India News – According to information received by World News superfast, the work of evacuating 35 people trapped in Tapovan’s NTPC tunnel in Chamoli is also going on for the third day. Due to the water in this tunnel two and a half kilometers long, the debris has turned into a marsh. Due to this, there is a problem in the operation. ITBP officer Aparna Kumar said that debris has been removed from the tunnel overnight. So far, we have not been able to contact any laborers trapped in the tunnel.

The Rishiganga power project and NTPC project site of the private company based in Tapovan suffered the most damage in the accident on Sunday. The rescue team on Monday recovered 26 bodies and 5 human organs from Tapovan. 171 people, including 2 policemen, have been reported missing, including workers trapped in the tunnel. Talking about the whole Chamoli, 197 people are missing after the accident.

35 people stranded in NTPC tunnel, 197 people missing after a glacier collapsed in Tapovan in Chamoli district on Sunday

Debris removed from 130 meters of tunnel

The rescue operation had to be stopped after the water increased in the second tunnel of NTPC, two and a half kilometers long. The NDRF team resumed operations on Monday morning after the water level receded. By late evening, debris has been removed from 130 meters of this tunnel. Here, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has reached the affected area again. He also stayed here on Monday night.

Army and BRO to build bridge to China border

According to information received by the World News superfast, the pucca bridge connecting India-China border in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand was also broken. This bridge was built by the Border Road Organization, ie BRO. Army’s Engineering Corps and BRO together will soon build an iron valley bridge here so that movement of army vehicles can begin.

CM Rawat gave shocking statement on the second day of the disaster

Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat gave a shocking statement while giving information about the accident. He said that till yesterday, that is till Sunday, he did not know about the project of any associate company in Tapovan.

According to information received by the World News superfast, 35 workers trapped in the tunnel of NTPC were released, no one was contacted despite the removal of debris overnight. The water level of Rishiganga and Dhauliganga rose on Sunday after a glacier broke in Tapovan in Chamoli district. The speed of water and stones destroyed the Rishiganga power project and NTPC project.

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTUttarakhand, India News – According to information received by World News superfast, the work of evacuating 35 people trapped in Tapovan’s NTPC tunnel in Chamoli is also going on for the third day. Due to the water in this tunnel two and a half kilometers long, the debris has turned into a marsh. Due to this, there is a problem in the operation. ITBP officer Aparna Kumar said that debris has been removed from the tunnel overnight. So far, we have not been able to contact any laborers trapped in the tunnel.The Rishiganga power project and NTPC project site of the private company based in Tapovan suffered the most damage in the accident on Sunday. The rescue team on Monday recovered 26 bodies and 5 human organs from Tapovan. 171 people, including 2 policemen, have been reported missing, including workers trapped in the tunnel. Talking about the whole Chamoli, 197 people are missing after the accident.Debris removed from 130 meters of tunnelThe rescue operation had to be stopped after the water increased in the second tunnel of NTPC, two and a half kilometers long. The NDRF team resumed operations on Monday morning after the water level receded. By late evening, debris has been removed from 130 meters of this tunnel. Here, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has reached the affected area again. He also stayed here on Monday night.Army and BRO to build bridge to China borderAccording to information received by the World News superfast, the pucca bridge connecting India-China border in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand was also broken. This bridge was built by the Border Road Organization, ie BRO. Army’s Engineering Corps and BRO together will soon build an iron valley bridge here so that movement of army vehicles can begin.CM Rawat gave shocking statement on the second day of the disasterUttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat gave a shocking statement while giving information about the accident. He said that till yesterday, that is till Sunday, he did not know about the project of any associate company in Tapovan.According to information received by the World News superfast, 35 workers trapped in the tunnel of NTPC were released, no one was contacted despite the removal of debris overnight. The water level of Rishiganga and Dhauliganga rose on Sunday after a glacier broke in Tapovan in Chamoli district. The speed of water and stones destroyed the Rishiganga power project and NTPC project.
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