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Experts revealed the causes of landslide in Doda, Jammu, know what they said

New Delhi. Experts have made a big disclosure about the landslide that happened last week in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir. According to the information received from the sources, the cracks in the houses of Thathri area of ​​Doda have come not because of landslides, but because of land sliding. It is being told that the investigation was done in the affected area by the experts of Jammu University. After this these things have come to the fore. University’s senior geologist Prof. Dr. Yudhveer Singh’s team under the leadership of GM Bhat has reached the spot and taken samples, which are being investigated.

It may be noted that cracks were found in many houses of Thathri’s Nai Basti village near Kishtwar-Batote National Highway located in Doda district. After this, people started comparing it with the landslide in Joshimath, Uttarakhand. However, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha refused to compare the situation in Doda with that of Joshimath.

Lieutenant Governor gave a big statement

Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha had said on Saturday that Jammu and Kashmir The administration is closely monitoring the situation. All possible assistance will be provided to the affected families. Sinha told reporters on the sidelines of a function at the Raj Bhavan in Jammu that all the affected houses have been evacuated and there was no need to panic. The administration is keeping a close watch on the situation and all possible steps will be taken. When asked whether there was a Joshimath-like situation in the affected village, the Lt Governor said not at all.

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Let us tell you that cracks started appearing in the houses of Nai Basti village a few days ago, but the situation worsened due to landslides on Thursday. After this the number of affected houses had reached 21. Three houses had collapsed after cracks appeared here, while 18 other houses were found unsafe. Due to this, most of the houses in this village were evacuated and people were sent to relief camps.

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