Two residential houses came under landslides in Koti and Himri

A landslide in Koti Panchayat of Junga tehsil has posed a great threat to two residential houses. Due to the heavy rains on the previous day, there has been a huge landslide on the rear side of the present building of Degree College Chailkoti, due to which where the college building has become unsafe, a residential house adjacent to the college is at risk of landslide. Which has been confirmed by the local panchayat head Ramesh Sharma. He told that due to heavy rains, the lower part of Vidya Devi’s house adjacent to the college building has been damaged by landslides and if there is heavy rain again, this house may collapse anytime. Apart from this, there has been a lot of crack behind Baliram’s house in Himri village of the panchayat, due to which the roof has caved in a lot. Please inform that there are a total of 15 members in this family, in which the situation of fear remains. At night this family has to take shelter in other’s houses in the village.
On the other hand, the Principal of the college, Dr. Ajay Khurana, said that the present building of the college has been damaged due to heavy landslide and it is difficult to run the classes in such a situation as there is still a possibility of a big landslide behind the building. He informed me that the report of the landslide has been sent to the Education Department and requested to make necessary arrangements for setting up the college classes at a safe place.
After taking stock of the spot, Naib Tehsildar Junga Ravindra Sisodia told that he has given a tarpaulin to Baliram of Himri village. Told that arrangements have been made to shift this family to some other safe place but the family says that they have a safe place available in another house. Apart from this, tarpaulins have also been made available to Vidya Devi in ​​Koti. Naib Tehsildar said that stones had come into Shathli village also due to heavy rains, due to which there was no loss of life or property. The stones have been removed by the Public Works Department.

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