Good weather open a way to Doppler radar and other developments in the state


After a long wait, due to the precise forecast of the weather in the state, the way of establishing two Doppler radar in the state has been cleared.
In a review meeting of State Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) held in the Secretariat under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, it was informed that Doppler radar will be installed in Mukteshwar near Surakanda Devi Temple in Garhwal and in Kumaon Mandal by June.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister also inaugurated the MIS Portal prepared for online reporting, data collection and enforcement of natural calamities and road accidents in the state. During the review, the Chief Minister took other information including disaster management, weather and earthquake forecast in the state.
During the meeting, the Chief Minister instructed the SDRF to coordinate with the Nehru Mountaineering Institute during the natural calamities and road accidents in the state and also help the trainees of the people there. The Chief Minister also instructed the officials to add the students to the training related to disaster management as well as the drill mock.
In the meeting, the officials told that the work of repairing cracks near Purnagiri Temple is being done at a cost of Rs 9.97 crore. Simultaneously, the work of setting up of wireless internet communication facility in SDRF will start soon in Pithoragarh’s diameter, Darma and Chaudas Valley. A similar facility will also be developed on the Harki Doon Tracking Route, Pindari Glacier, Gangotri-Bhojbasa Tracking Route.


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