Uttarakhand tunnel collapse: 40 people trapped in Char Dham tunnel collapse

A case from Uttarakhand came up and attracted public attention. This news is circulating on the web and gaining people’s attention. According to the report, trucks are arriving with hoses to help rescue workers. When people heard this news, they were shocked and devastated. Today, people are looking for the news, but they are trying to know the whole story. Rescue operations are untying 40 workers trapped in a collapsed tunnel in Uttarakhand. What happened? What is the problem behind this news? We will try to cover all the details of the news. Let’s continue the article.

Uttarakhand tunnel collapse

Uttarakhand tunnel collapse

According to the report, trucks carrying pipes arrived to create a platform for drilling and placing pipes to get to the stranded workers. The workers found themselves stuck in a very serious situation and it was very shocking for everyone. Everyone is very sad because of this devastating news. On the other hand, Uttarakhand government has 6 people, experts in this work. They were called to investigate the Uttarkashi tunnel accident. Scroll down to learn more about the news.

Uttarakhand tunnel collapse

According to the report, trucks loaded with 900 mm diameter pipes started reaching Silkyara at midnight. This case is in the spotlight as the tunnel under construction between Silkyara and Dandalgaon on the Brahmakhal-Yamunotri national highway collapsed in the wee hours of November 12. This news mentioned that a platform was being prepared for an auger machine to turn a tilting tool and place large 90mm diameter MS pipes between the rubbish so that trapped people, it is i.e. workers, can be evacuated through metal pipes. Scroll down to learn more about the news.

Besides, the inspection of the site was organized by Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on Monday. This matter has become a serious topic and that is the reason why our reputed politicians are coming forward to speak about this incident. Yes, Prime Minister Narendra Modu, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw and Union Home Minister Amit Shah examined the workers involved in this accident and took the pulse of the situation. We have shared all the details about the news, which we have collected from other sources to write this article for the readers. If we get more details, we will tell you first on the same site. Stay tuned with us for more updates.

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