Joshimath: Tears in the eyes, sorrow in the heart for losing the heritage of ancestors, every dream is breaking apart - Newztezz Online

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Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Joshimath: Tears in the eyes, sorrow in the heart for losing the heritage of ancestors, every dream is breaking apart

Every person living in Joshimath, before leaving their homes, wanted to take a good look at each and every room, kitchen and courtyard as well as the whole house. Which his forefathers watered with their blood and sweat.

At present, there is a scene of sorrow and restlessness in Joshimath . The ground of the houses was sinking. Everyone living there has tears in their eyes. The houses where his childhood was spent, where the clarinet of children's marriage was echoing. At the same time, the door-o-walls of the houses are saying that now is the time for separation. This pain cannot be tied in words, but perhaps if the government and administration had not been negligent. This bad fate of Joshimath could have been avoided. This could have been controlled.

News agency ANI has shared a video today i.e. on Tuesday, in which it can be clearly seen that while leaving the legacy of their forefathers, people looked very emotional and many people were in tears.

'60-year-old home destroyed in a jiffy'

Bindu, a local resident here, seeing the courtyard of her house again and again, cries and says, this is my mother's house. I got married at the age of 19. My mother is 80 years old and I have an elder brother. Our 60-year-old home ended in a jiffy. Our family has built this house after a lot of hard work. We lived here for 60 years but now everything will end.

Tears in the eyes of the person leaving the house

Not only Bindu, every person living here wanted to take a good look at each and every room, kitchen and courtyard as well as the entire house before leaving their homes. Which his forefathers watered with their blood and sweat. But today this relationship has ended.

2500 people were living here

Home to a population of around 25,000 people, Joshimath is facing the worry of land subsidence after years of "uncontrolled development" in the area, according to locals. And besides other tourist spots, the city is overburdened with too many hotels and resorts in the area.

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