Water enters Manikaran in Himachal as Beas Water Level Rises

Raining in Mandi and Kullu results in rising Beas River water levels, causing landslides and flash floods. Heavy showers have throbbed the state. A landslip in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, destroyed the Gurdwara Shri Hari Har Ghat Manikaran Sahib Ji and killed ten people. The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) bravely saved nine people in Kullu while authorities unlocked all barricades of the Pandoh diversion dam. Due to slipping rocks and water levels rising near the Beas River near Ramshila, traffic from Kullu and Manali partially stopped.

Manikaran in Himachal receives the water as the Beas water level rises

In Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi and Kullu, where it has been continuously raining, the water level in the Beas River has risen, causing landslides and flash floods in several areas.

Heavy showers throbbed Himachal Pradesh

On Sunday, as heavy rains pounded Himachal Pradesh, a video of a car swept away on the Beas River near Kullu surfaced online. It is possible to see a parked car starting to drift in the river before getting swept away by the powerful current.

A landslip engulfed Manikaran Sahib

A significant landslip in Himachal Pradesh destroyed the Gurdwara Shri Hari Har Ghat Manikaran Sahib Ji. Ten people have died.

NDRF bravely saved nine people

On Sunday, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) fearlessly saved nine people in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. The Chharudu hamlet in Kullu, close to the Beas River, issued a distress call to the NDRF.

The torrential shower struck HP

Devastating torrential rain fell continuously for more than 24 hours across Himachal Pradesh. Another fatality in the landslip incident emerged from Kakiyan, part of the Chamba tehsil, after one person came to be submerged in the landslip and found dead. A woman disappeared under the debris in the landslip in the Kullu region of Lankabekar.

HP government unlocked all barricades of the Pandoh diversion dam

On Sunday, authorities in Himachal Pradesh opened all barriers following crucial instantaneous storms in the catchment of the Pandoh diversion dam. The Pong dam reservoir, which can hold more water, will be receiving the additional water spilled from the Pandoh dam, they continued, so there was still no cause for concern.

Kullu Police report

The Kullu police reported that the Beas River’s rising water level and the numerous places on the Kullu-Manali road where stones have fallen have restricted traffic flow from Kullu and Manali.

According to Kullu Police, “In response to prolonged rainfall, the motion of vehicles from Kullu and Manali towards Atal Tunnel and Rohtang has been completely halted because of slipping rocks at many locations on the Kullu-Manali road and due to a rise in water level in the Beas river near Ramshila.”

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