The problem is increasing day by day in Joshimath, Uttarakhand. More than seven hundred houses have developed cracks. People are being shifted to safer places. Recently, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) released a report regarding the Joshimath landslide. It was told in this report that Joshimath had sunk 5.4 cm in the last 12 days. ISRO’s report disappeared from the National Report Sensing Center (NRSC) today. After this people started raising many questions on this. Meanwhile, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has warned all the officers involved in the Joshimath investigation not to make any information related to Joshimath public.
NDMA has asked all government institutions involved in rescue work, relief work and studying the cause of the Joshimath landslide to not share any information till the final report is out. NDMA has given this information after ISRO’s report became public. Please tell that ISRO’s report is no longer showing on the NRSC website.
This is the reason given
NDMA said that it is seen that various government organizations are sharing information related to Joshimath on social media. Along with this, he is also talking to the media about this. Due to this the people of the country are getting confused. People are misinterpreting the data. NDMA, while refusing to share information related to Joshimath to all the departments and officials related to the investigation, said that until the final report comes, do not share any information.
Explain that after this memorandum of NDMA, ISRO removed its Joshimath report from the website of NRSC. According to NDMA, people are getting confused due to incomplete information. That’s why people associated with the investigation have been prohibited from sharing information.
What was in the ISRO report?
According to the ISRO report, a landslide of 5.4 cm occurred in Joshimath in the last 12 days. This data was from 27 December 2022 to 8 January 2023. On the other hand, ISRO told in its report that in the last 7 months, up to 9 cm of landslide occurred in Joshimath.