A rise in water level of Bin River in Uttrakhand has hindered the communication with 80 villages, level of Kempty falls also surged

Publish Date: 28 Jul, 2021 |
 

Uttrakhand Weather Update:

The monsoon has already hit the parts of the whole country, while the mountains and hilly region of the country are facing a disaster due to this heavy monsoon rain, especially the Himachal Pradesh and Uttrakhand.

The heavy rainfall has caused the rise in the water level of many seas in the northern plains. The rainy river falling on the Rishikesh-Chila road in Uttarakhand is in spate currently. As per the reports, the water level of Bin River has shown a rise due to the constant rainfall, due to which the communication with approximately 80 villages of Uttrakhand has stopped.

Moreover, a loaded vehicle while crossing the Bin River, Uttarakhand got stuck in-between the heavy flow of water. Water has entered into the Tapkeshwar temple of Dehradun after heavy rainfall causing a rise in the level of the Tamsa river too.

The constant rainfall in Mussoorie has caused a rise in the level of a famous tourist attraction Kempty Falls, and the police have evacuated all the shops near the place,  and hence, the tourists aren’t even allowed to flock to this place as of now.

 

 

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