Rudrapur (Uttarakhand) Residers of Shivpuri city in Rudrapur quarter of Uttarakhand are floundering after nonstop heavy rains which have submerged their houses, damaged ménage goods and left them empty.
Suman Yadav a occupant said,”On the night of October 18, our houses got swamped with 5 bases of water. This ruined all our ménage things. Further than half of particulars in our shops also were submerged. We’re adopting clothes from others. We’ve lost at least 1 lakh rupees.”
Their house also developed some cracks due to rain.
Meenakshi, another occupant says,”Our clothes, Television, Coolersetc. have been ruined. We had ₹ 1000 in our house but we’ve lost that too. We also lost 30 kilograms of rice. We had our food in a academy for 2 days but now we’re cooking at our home.”
Residers are trying to put their ménage particulars to use formerly again by drying them. TV sets, inverters and refrigerators were damaged by the rainwater in numerous homes. Numerous people are left with no food inventories, which has left numerous people floundering with hunger.
Another occupant, who was vacated from her house said,”At around 200 AM when we were sleeping, our house got swamped with water. Due to harmonious rains, people were inside their houses anyway. All of our ménage particulars were left submerged. I do some apparel– related work for living and all the clothes were ruined by the rainwater. We’ve lost everything.”
Constantly heavy rains in the state left numerous areas submerged in water, due to which a lot of people plodded to find their way out of the rainwater and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) saved them.
Still, Rudrapur MLA Rajkumar Thukral who was also in the city on Wednesday said,”I was then on October 19 as well and I’ve been coming then regularly. I’ve been furnishing food to people as well, at times using my own plutocrat.
I’ve pressurised the administration to give compensation to the people as soon as possible and an in- charge has been appointed for each area for the purpose of compensation. They will start their work from moment.
I’ve requested that a compensation of ₹ be handed to the bones affected by heavy rains. People can talk to me in case they need any help, I’m then for them.
NDRF Inspector Monu Sharma, who has been delivering people said,”Our platoon has been conducting operations then (Shivpuri) for last two days. 10 brigades have been formed which have saved 600-700 people in two days using our boats. Food has been distributed to at least people as well. We’ve also saved people from Jagatpura and Thakur Nagar areas. We’ll go in these areas to find if anyone is still wedged and ask people if they need our help.”