A pickup vehicle carrying four people fell into the Satluj river under the Nichar sub-division of the Kinnaur district, police said.
There appears to be no immediate respite in the offiing for Himachal Pradesh, which has been battered by rains over the last few days, as the India Meteorological Department (IMD)
The District Health Department has implemented an ACF campaign in all three blocks of district Kinnaur to achieve TB Mukt Bharat Abhiyan.
Over a dozen village Panchayats are now planning to pass such resolutions to preserve and promote the rich culture of the tribal district of Kinnaur soon.
R S Negi, a former bureaucrat and member of Lok Jagriti Manch told The Statesman, that trans-Himalayan is very fragile and the state government should reconsider its policy of mindless exploitation in the region.
Several vehicles, including a Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) bus carrying over 40 passengers, are currently buried under the debris, informed deputy commissioner Abid Hussain Sadiq.
It uses information from government data and ground research to examine the extent, nature and impact of forest land diversion for hydropower projects in the remote, ecologically vulnerable Kinnaur Division of Himachal Pradesh in the Western Himalayas. The study’s key component included an exercise to investigate the ‘success’ and efficacy of plantations carried out as mitigation measures to compensate for the loss of forests to hydropower projects.
Kinnaur district till date has reported as many as 138 Covid-19 cases and presently there 38 active cases.
Dattatraya suggested to develop sub marketing yards as it would help in maintaining physical distance during the Corona pandemic.