Thursday, February 25, 2021

Did nuclear spy devices cause floods in the Himalayas in India?


  • Sotic Biswas
  • Indian Affairs Correspondent

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Nanda Devi, the second highest peak in India, is located near the country’s northeastern border with China

In a village in the Indian Himalayas, generations of residents believed that there was nuclear equipment buried under the ice and rocks in the steep mountains in which they lived.

So when a massive flood struck the village of Rennie earlier this February, the villagers panicked and rumors spread that the nuclear equipment had “exploded” and led to a flood.

In fact, scientists believe that a fracture in a glacier was responsible for the floods in the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, which killed more than 50 people.

But tell the people of Rene, the agricultural mountain village of 250 families, many of them will not completely believe you. Sangram Singh Rawat, the mayor of Reni Village, told me: “We believe that nuclear equipment played a role, how could a glacier simply break in winter? The government should investigate and find that equipment. “



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