✔ Avalanche feared in higher reaches of Himachal, people asked to be cautious
Fearing avalanche and landslides following recent snowfall and heavy rains in Himachal Pradesh, people and tourists have been asked to remain cautious, a senior official said. People have been advised not to go towards avalanche-prone areas in Pangi, Bharmour, Teesa and Salooni of Chamba district, Chamba Deputy Commissioner Vivek Bhatia said. The DC also advised people to not to go towards landslide-prone areas to avoid any untoward incident. Bhatia said PWD men and machinery have been working for opening roads for traffic which were blocked after recent snowfall and rain. Efforts were also on to restore power supply in the areas where it had been affected due to recent bad weather, he added.
Issuing a medium danger avalanche warning for some avalanche prone districts of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir, the Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE) said it was valid for the next 24 hours starting at 5 pm today.
The warning exists for Ganderbal, Bandipore and Kargil districts of Jammu and Kashmir, and for Himachal Pradesh's Lahaul and Spiti, SASE said.
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