Northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh

Northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh 

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A top offical said that  In the past 24 hours  in the rain incident  more than 20 people have died   in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, .

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 Heavy rains have triggered landslides and flash floods in the hill state.said by minster sukhvinder singh sukhu.

 In shimla town  a temple  collapsed after a landslide. earlier on morning 

Nine (9)bodies had been retrieved from the site.Mr sukhu tweeted that

A flash flood and cloudburst that had occurred in other parts of the state, in which fourteen (14) people had died.He tweeted about flash and cloudburst

Thousands(1000) of tourists visit the hill state of Himachal Pradesh, especially its capital Shimla, around the year to enjoy its cool weather and picturesque scenery.

state has been experiencing of heavy rain and landslides and leading flooding and cloudburst which cause damage further.

 Over the past few days show vehicles and buildings being swept away by gushing rivers and  trees falling on cars and tourists stranded due to road closures.On social media videos shared.

 To stay indoors and not go near rivers mr sukhu has appealed to the people.

For the past couple of days incessant rains have also been battering the neighbouring state of Uttarakhand,around the year  the hill state is home to many revered Hindu shrines and sees a large number of tourists.

On Monday  the Char Dham Yatra - a pilgrimage to the four holiest sites for Hindus in the state - has been suspended for two(2) days due to the rains.Officals said that.

  Showed huge boulders blocking the path to the Kedarnath temple, which is part of the Yatra.on social media vidoes shared

 In India's Himalayan states environmentalists have frequently raised concerns over infrastructural changes made to accommodate an influx of tourists. They say that this could cause damage in these enviromental brittle regions especially when they  combined with extreme weather events. 

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