पूरी दुनिया प्राकृतिक आपदाओं की मात झेल रही है. कोविड19, भूकंप, तूफ़ान आदि के बाद जंगल की आग तबाही मचा रही है.
2020 में अब तक 46 दावानल (जंगल की आग) की रिपोर्ट मिली है.
ट्विटर की प्रतिक्रिया-
Unbearable heat , treacherous terrain , one wrong step and you can break your bones , add to this the winds which make it extremely unpredictable !! This was my experience of dealing with this last night ! #wildfires #Rudraprayag pic.twitter.com/kvI47nMD88— Vaibhav Singh,IFS (@VaibhavSinghIFS) May 24, 2020
#Uttarakhand is burning 46 wildfire incidence around 51.34 hectares ,71.05 repository of herbs and wildlife diversity are affected. Australia incident made us sad and should have but why is everyone silent when our own state is burning from last 4 days.@paragenetics @ABPNews pic.twitter.com/WGfnL7lWip— Ritika Sanwal (Pahadan) 🗻 #Uttarakhandi (@infiniteflames2) May 26, 2020
More than half of the species of birds found all over the country are found in Uttarakhand. Imagine our loss due to these forest fires @MygovU @CMO_Uttarakhand @moefcc @PMOIndia 46 wildfire incidents, 51.34 hectares #UttarakhandForestFire #SaveTheHimalayas— Cedric Prakash (@CedricPrakash) May 26, 2020
Every Indian had shocked of the first picture of Koala 🐨 of #AustraliaBushfire but we don’t have even sympathy for large population of the endangered “Tahrs deer 🦌” has been roasted alive in raging forest fires in Uttarakhand?— Licypriya Kangujam (@LicypriyaK) May 26, 2020
Old images but real images. #UttarakhandForestFire pic.twitter.com/o1ZZCMejl0
Uttarakhand: Forest fire broke out in Srinagar of Pauri Garhwal district today. Forest officer Anita Kunwar says, “5-6 hectares of forest have been affected. Fire could not be controlled due to wind. More teams will be called to extinguish it.” pic.twitter.com/iJveQaHNK6— ANI (@ANI) May 23, 2020