After the massive fire in the Sanvri village under the jurisdiction of the Mori block in Uttarkashi that ravaged completely the entire village devastating each and every house to the ground taking the lives of several pet animals, the chief minister of Uttarakhand Trivendra Rawat visited the affected village and distributed cheques worth of Rs 49 lakhs to every affected family and also shared the agony with the victimised families.
While no human life was claimed a good number of pet animals got literally burnt in this massive fire. While the media highlighted this issue to a great extent the monetary compensation per house and per family still seems to be little or not enough particularly keeping in view the extensive damaged caused and the village razed to the ground completely.
The affected people are demanding for more as the loss is extensive and beyond convenient repair. This is the greatest tragedy in the recent times as the entire village has been razed to ground with myriad loss to the houses and animal lives. Thank God there was no loss of human life. The district magistrate Mr. Chouhan left no stone unturned to do his best to help the villagers by reaching the spot quite in time with whatever possible means of rescue.
The gesture of the chief minister Trivendra Rawat was also appreciable who tried to do his best to deliever immediate financial relief to the victimised and shattered families. Meanwhile, majority of the peoole are of the view that in this hour of grave crisis the lawmakers of Uttarakhand across partyline should atleast donate their one month’s salary to financially help the victimised 45 to 50 families of the fire ravaged village SANVRI under MORI, block in Uttarkashi to become a shining outstanding example of philanthropy in Uttarakhand who otherwise incur lakhs and lakhs of Rupees in their election campaigning.