The Uttarakhand high court is looking into matters linked to the sinking of the Joshimath as per a Supreme Court directive. On Tuesday, the Delhi High Court was notified. A plea by attorney Rohit Dandriyal asking the Center to set up a commission under the direction of a retired judge to look into the situation and quickly rehabilitate the affected families was being heard by a bench presided over by Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma. Justice Subramonium Prasad was also a member of the bench, and the Uttarakhand government's attorney stated that the petitioner's "prayers have already been answered." "Two things are present. He (the petitioner) is requesting both rehabilitation and a powerful committee. The Supreme Court has referred both matters to Uttarakhand." Now, everything is in front of Uttarakhand.He said, "High Court. The petitioner later withdrew the case from the high court. The Joshimath affected residents were being provided with rehabilitation services, according to the Uttarakhand government, which also informed the bench that the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and the SDRF had been stationed there.
Additionally, it stated that there was a lot of relief work being done and that a rehabilitation package was being put together. Joshimath, the entryway to well-known pilgrimage sites like Badrinath and Hemkund Sahib as well as the popular ski resort of Auli, is steadily sinking, with enormous fractures appearing in its buildings, roads, and fields. The villagers claim that several properties have experienced subsidence. Pushkar Singh Dhami, the chief minister, had already mandated the urgent evacuation of 600 households.residing in dangerous homes. Dandriya's petition highlighted the issues faced by the town's approximately 3,000 residents, claiming that ongoing soil subsidence had caused fractures to form in at least 570 homes. The building projects carried out by the Ministries of Road Transport and Highways and Power, New, and Renewable Energy in previous years, according to the report, acted as catalysts in the current situation and infringed the basic rights of local inhabitants. On January 16, the Supreme Court declined to consider a request to designate the situation in Joshimath, which has been affected by subsidence, a national catastrophe, stating that the state high court should examine the request as a matter of principle because it is dealing with a "wide range of concerns."
High Court Investigating Matters Related To Joshimath Sinking, According To Uttarakhand
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