MANALI: Three cowsheds and a number of other animals have been washed in flash floods in Himachal Pradesh’s Bilaspur district. The flash floods have been triggered by a cloudburst at Bhagot village close to Kuh Mujwad in Ghumarwin tehsil within the wee hours of Friday.
The residents of Bhagot stated they heard thunder after which the sound of boulders rolling down the hill. Because the water stage began rising, they vacated their homes, searching for safer locations.
Whereas some homes have been partially broken, three cowsheds have been swept away. Some livestock, together with three buffalos and 10 goats, have been washed away within the flood waters. A college bus and a automotive have been additionally broken.
The heavy water circulation wreaked havoc downstream, whereas the village is now crammed with tonnes of particles.
Ghumarwin SDM Rajeev Thakur stated, “The search and operation groups from district catastrophe administration authority have rushed to the spot to hold out aid work. Police and residential guard groups are additionally on the spot.”
Cupboard minister Rajender Garg and Bilaspur MLA Subhash Thakur additionally visited the spot to take inventory of the state of affairs.
The administration distributed Rs 2.7 lakh among the many affected households as instant aid.
No hint of lacking individuals in Kullu
In the meantime, rescue groups didn’t find any of the 4 folks lacking because the flash floods triggered by a cloudburst at Chojh village of Kullu district on Wednesday.
So, the search and rescue operation was closed in Kullu district on Friday night, a state catastrophe administration official stated.