Jeori-Ganvi link road blocked after massive landslide



Shimla: Moderate to heavy rainfall lashed many parts of Himachal Pradesh, throwing life out of gear as many road were blocked with landslides and uprooted trees. Disconnecting road communication with five tribal panchayats of Kinnuar district, the Jeori-Ganvi link road was blocked after massive landslides in the area.

Meanwhile report reaching from Chamba and Lahaul Spiti said that sky was clear and there was sun shine in the day. The 475 km long Manali-Leh was clear for vehicular traffic. The Met office said that Dharamshala recived highest 100 mm rain in the state followed by Renuka in Simrmaur 88 mm, Nahan 82 mm, Kasol Mandi 71 mm and Paonta in Sirmour 51 mm. Jubbar-Hatti in Shimla 35 mm, Gohar of Mandi, Theog of Shimla & Pachhad of Sirmour 32 mm each, Sunni Bajji in Shimla 31 mm, Rajgarh in Sirmour 29 mm and Shimla 26 mm.

Minimum temperature of Shimla and Dharamshala was 17.3 degrees each, Sundernagar and Una 22 degrees each, Bhuntar, Palampur and Solan 20 degrees each, Kalpa 13.9 degrees, Mandi degree 23.5 degrees and Nahan 18.1 degrees Respectively.

Maximum temperature of Shimla was 21.2 degrees Celsius, Sundernagar 30.1 degrees, Bhuntar 31 degrees, Dharamshala 24.6 degrees, Una 33.8 degrees, Mandi 29.8 degrees, Nahan and Solan 26 degrees each respectively.  The Met office said that rain or thundershowers are likely to occur at many places in the state.

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