Himachal Landslide Video: Himachal's entire mountain slipped in Sirmaur
Landslide Video of Himachal Pradesh: A video of Sirmaur in Himachal Pradesh is going viral on social media. In the video, a mountain slipped after heavy rain and the National Highway was cleared.
New Delhi: It is raining heavily in most parts of North India these days. The hill states are suffering the most due to the rains. Heavy rains have caused major damage in Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. There has been a lot of damage to life and property after cloudburst incidents at many places. Amidst all this, a heart-wrenching video has surfaced from Sirmaur in Himachal Pradesh where the entire mountain was cleared after the landslide.
The video that went
viral is going viral The video is from Kamrau Tehsil of Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh. Here, in the landslide after heavy rains, only an entire mountain was slipped, after which the entire highway was cleared. Someone captured the scene of the mountain slipping on his mobile, after which it went viral. Due to the clearing of Paonta-Shilai National Highway-707, there was a jam here. This route connects Chandigarh with Dehradun.
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