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Photo is of Neema Kumari of Ramgarh. Neema is showing a photo of her husband Mithilesh Kumar, who went missing during the Chamoli disaster. He was working in Tapovan’s NTPC project at the time of the accident.
Rescue operation continues for the 10th consecutive day in search of people missing in the Chamoli disaster. However, the expectations of the team engaged in this work are being broken. Actually, only the mutilated bodies are coming out in the tunnel and surrounding areas of NTPC. Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar said that the rescue operation is going on day and night, but now people are not expected to be alive. In such a case, the rescue operation will not last more than 3-4 days. However, the work of cleanliness will continue.
Bodies of 56 people recovered so far
The bodies of 56 people have been recovered so far from the disaster area. Apart from these, 22 mutilated human organs have also been found. Their identification will be done through DNA test only. The DGP said that as the bodies are recovered, they are being handed over to their family members. 148 people are still missing.
SDRF installed alarm system in Raini village
The State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) has installed an alarm system near Raini village. This will alert the villagers as soon as the water level of the Rishiganga and Dhauliganga river rises, so that those living in the surrounding areas can be evacuated in time.