Gangtok: 23 Army soldiers missing In Sikkim, there has been an atmosphere of chaos due to the sudden burst of water above the Lahonak Lake, which has caused flooding in the Teesta river, due to which the water level in another river has increased further, due to which water has been released from its dam, which has affected many villages and cities. It was filled with water and created panic among the people.Gangtok: 23 Army soldiers missing
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Flood water filled up to 15-20 feet
Due to this, 23 army personnel also went missing. Everyone is busy coming out of their homes to go to safe places. Many areas have been flooded with flood water. Roads have been cut off. Along with this, many bridges have also been washed away due to the flood. After the release of water from Gaye Chungthang Dam, water level has reached 15-20 feet in low level areas and cities.Gangtok: 23 Army soldiers missing
Red alert issued due to cloud burst in Sikkim
Due to which many houses and villages got submerged in the flood, due to which orange and red alert has been issued in Sikkim. Along with this, army vehicles parked in Bardang area also got submerged in the flood and 23 soldiers are reported missing. There is no information about his condition yet
Rescue team engaged in saving people
Other army forces are busy searching for them, they are also continuously working to save the people, due to this the Singtham footbridge built in Sikkim also collapsed, due to which the administration has given instructions to vacate the lower residential areas as soon as possible.
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Sikkim CM himself arrived to inspect the flood affected areas.
People were ordered to go to safe places and stay away from the river. Meanwhile, some part of the NH 10 National Highway, which connects Sikkim and Bengal, was also completely washed away. Meanwhile, to find out the situation of the flood affected areas myself. Sikkim CM Prem Singh arrived to visit the lower areas, this will make people appreciate it. Many military forces in Sikkim are engaged in rescue work.
fierce form of teesta river
Many search operations are being conducted to find the missing 23 soldiers. The flood water is very fast and scary. At this time, the Teesta river has taken the Rudra form and is carrying away everything with itself.