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Hotel Malari Inn will be demolished first as part of the “important” Joshimath demolitions.

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Hotel Malari Inn: The Central Building Research Institute in Roorkee will conduct the demolition once all occupants have been safely evacuated from “unsafe” areas.

Today, the Hotel Malari Inn and Hotel Mount View in Joshimath, Uttarakhand, as well as other homes with fractures from soil subsidence, will be demolished.

Malari Inn would be destroyed first and “step-wise,” according to Manikant Mishra, a senior official with the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF).

“Malari Inn, the smaller of the two hotels, will be taken down one step at a time today. The top piece will be destroyed first.

Due to the sinking, both hotels have skewed and are currently being built near one another.”

“There are several residences nearby, thus their demolition is imperative. These two might fall apart if they go any lower. professionals decided to destroy.”

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Hotel Mount View in Joshimath will be demolished today.

The two hotels can be seen tipping dangerously in the photos.

Images provided by ANI show demolition and disaster response workers stationed at the scene and requesting people to leave using loudspeakers.

This occurs on the same day that a Supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud declined to hear the case urgently and continued it until January 16 because “democratically-elected institutions” were addressing it.

This occurs on the same day that a Supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud declined to hear the case urgently and continued it until January 16 because “democratically-elected institutions” were addressing it.

This occurs on the same day that a Supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud declined to hear the case urgently and continued it until January 16 because “democratically-elected institutions” were addressing it.

The Uttarakhand government is also working on a strategy for relocation and rehabilitation in addition to evicting residents and demolishing buildings that have been damaged.

According to Uttarakhand chief minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, efforts are being made for the restoration of the town, potential relocation sites include Gauchar (90 kilometers away) and Pipalkoti (35 kilometers away).

Narendra Modi, the prime minister, has promised support from the center.

Some people appear to be open to moving to a neighborhood near Joshimath, but others have expressed opposition and even sought financial compensation—a “one-time settlement”—to cover losses.

Deepak Rawat, an affected resident who was relocated with his family following cracks in their house behind Hotel Mount View, stated: “We want a one-time settlement plan,” Thakur Singh Rana, a hotelier who was also in a relief camp, stated.

“The government should rehabilitate us to a location close to Joshimath…” We don’t want the government to impose anything; if we are paid appropriately, we can shift wherever we want…”

In the meantime, cracks have also been observed on a few homes in Bahuguna Nagar, which is located in the Karnaprayag Municipality area of Chamoli.

According to Sitarganj MLA Saurabh Bahuguna, other villages near Joshimath were in a similar predicament.

Experts and people who live there have been warning for a long time that large-scale construction projects in and around the town, including power projects built by companies like the state-run National Thermal Power Corporation, could cause the land to sink.

India’s largest power producer, NTPC, claims that the cracks in the town of about 17,000 people are not caused by its tunneling or other work.

 

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SOURCEHindustan Times
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