Joshimath: NIH’s preliminary investigation revealed, NTPC’s tunnel and Joshimath’s water are different


The water seeping in Joshimath facing landslides and the tunnel water of NTPC project are different. This information was given by Secretary Disaster Management Dr. Ranjit Sinha on the basis of preliminary investigation report of National Institute of Hydrology (NIH) Roorkee.

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However, he also said that no conclusion can be reached right now. Only after the final report of hydrological mapping of the four central agencies comes, it will be known from where the water is coming. Dr. Sinha was doing a press briefing at the media center located at the State Secretariat on Wednesday.

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On being asked if there was oil or cement mixed in the water, Dr. Sinha said that there was nothing like that in it. Let us tell you that when there was excessive leakage of water with cracks in Joshimath, the local people also blamed NTPC’s tunnel for this. After this, the NIH team went to Joshimath and took water samples from the tunnel site and near JP Colony.

All eyes were on the sample test

Everyone’s eyes were on the investigation report of NIH. It was believed that the investigation report would reveal whether the water is coming from the tunnel or it has some other source. But the mystery still remains in the preliminary investigation.

Relief: Water leakage reduced to 100 LPM in Joshimath

The leakage of water has reduced considerably in JP Colony of Joshimath. On Wednesday it was 100 LPM, while on Tuesday it was 123 with water discharge of 540 LPM. Accordingly, it is a matter of great relief.

Final report of hydrological mapping will come in a month

The final report of hydrological mapping will come in a month on the basis of the reports of central institutions conducting different surveys on Joshimath landslide. Teams of senior scientists from four institutes are surveying water leakage and underground water. Secretary Disaster Management Dr. Ranjit Sinha said that the water leakage is being investigated through the scientist of National Institute of Hydrology (NIH) and Ground Water Institute. While the teams of NGRI and Wadia Institute of Geosciences are conducting restated tests. In which current is sent inside the ground with modern technology. If there is water inside the ground, then the electrical potential will increase. If there is stone, the electric potential will be less.

Hyderabad team will take water samples for seven days

The team of NGRI Hyderabad will take water samples for the next seven days. Only one to two samples can be taken by the team in a day. The water spring and hydrological map will be prepared only after examining and matching the initial investigation report of the four teams. He said that the final report of hydrological mapping would come within a month. The final conclusion will be drawn after matching the Hydrological, Geological Technical, Geophysical reports from the institutes. Only then can we reach the conclusion about the causes of landslides.



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