Uttarakhand Disaster Glacier Break Flood Bollywood Reaction Sonu Sood Shraddha Kapoor

new Delhi: In Chamoli, Uttarakhand, there was heavy flooding in rivers due to the breaking of glaciers on Sunday. The collapse of a glacier in the Rishiganga Valley in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand led to a sudden flood in Alaknanda and its tributaries, with many missing. At the same time, many deaths have been confirmed. On the other hand, since this incident, everyone has been expressing concern over it. The Bollywood world has also expressed concern over the incident.

The Chamoli glacier of Uttarakhand is broken. Due to which heavy devastation is being predicted. On the other hand, after the devastation in Uttarakhand, many Bollywood celebrities prayed and expressed solidarity with those affected by the tragedy. Actress Shraddha Kapoor has tweeted that she is upset to hear about the Uttarakhand incident. I pray for the safety of all there. At the same time, Dia Mirza has also prayed for the safety of the people. At the same time, Akshay Kumar has also prayed for the safety of all.

On the other hand, musician Prasoon Joshi prayed for the safety of the people of Chamoli and its surrounding districts. He hoped that Chamoli and other districts would be safe from the eruption of the glacier and no one would be threatened. Pray for the people, officials and rescue teams. Apart from this, actor Sonu Sood has also tweeted about the devastation of Uttarakhand. Sonu Sood has said that we are with you in Uttarakhand.

Many people are missing

Regarding the devastation, Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) spokesman Vivek Kumar Pandey said that at least 150 people working on the Tapovan power project were killed in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district following the flash floods caused by an avalanche. On the other hand, due to the collapse of at least three bridges in Reni village, the force has completely lost contact with some border posts.

He said that one of the bridges that have collapsed is of the Border Roads Organization (BRO). Currently, more than 250 ITBP personnel are involved in rescue operations. Pandey said about 16-17 personnel are safe in the tunnel and rescue teams are removing debris to save them.

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