The New Indian Express
Joshimath: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has removed satellite pictures and a report it had revealed about land subsidence in Joshimath following objections from the state authorities.
State Cabinet Minister Dr Dhan Singh Rawat, who’s stationed right here to observe the state of affairs at Joshimath, confirmed this after contacting ISRO officers.
In the meantime, the central authorities has issued strict instructions to the scientists, geologists and different involved authorities to not share any form of report, data concerning the Joshimath landslide with the media.
In truth, this ISRO report mentioned that within the final 12 days i.e. from twenty seventh December 2022 to eighth January 2023, 5.4 cm landslide occurred in Joshimath. 9 cm of landslip has occurred in Joshimath within the final seven months, ISRO mentioned primarily based on the image taken by the Cotrosat-2S satellite.
After the ISRO photos of the Joshimath sinking went viral and the information was aired on TV channels, there was panic among the many individuals of Joshimath metropolis. Minister Dr Dhan Singh mentioned that ISRO has been requested to provide an official assertion in regards to the satellite pictures or take away the images from the web site.