Jammu and Kashmir: A situation like Joshimath has now become Jammu and Kashmir as well. Here, too, cracks have appeared in the houses. Around 21 houses have developed cracks in Thathri of Doda district. The area has been evacuated. The authorities have declared this area unsafe. The information about cracks in the houses of more than 50 families has created a stir in the town here. 117 members of 19 families were transferred to safer places.
A team from the Doda administration and the Geological Survey of India are at the site in Doda where 21 structures were reported to have collapsed. SDM Athar Amin Zargar says that 21 structures were affected yesterday. The sphere of influence is limited to that. This morning the situation is the same as yesterday.
Situation being regularly monitored by Dy Commissioner Doda & his senior officers. Situation under control. Govt sent a team of Geological Survey of India & they're conducting their studies. They'll submit their report to Govt. People have vacated the area: SDM Athar Amin Zargar pic.twitter.com/JzaBFtd6Hr
— ANI (@ANI) February 4, 2023
He said the situation is being regularly monitored by Deputy Commissioner Doda and his senior officers. Situation under control. The government sent a team from the Geological Survey of India and they are doing their survey. They will present their report to the government. People have evacuated the area.
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Two days ago, cracks began to appear in the houses. A total of 21 houses have been damaged in the town. Seeing the seriousness of the situation, the area has been evacuated. The inspection team is present on site. SDM Athar Amin Zargar said that a total of 19 families have been moved to safer places as their houses have become unsafe. The situation is being closely monitored.