Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban: Homes & Schools’ Rooftops Damaged

Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban: Homes & Schools' Rooftops Damaged
Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban: Homes & Schools' Rooftops Damaged
Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban: Homes & Schools' Rooftops Damaged
Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban: Homes & Schools' Rooftops Damaged

Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban: Homes & Schools’ Rooftops Damaged

Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban: Homes & Schools’ Rooftops Damaged…..image/agencies

Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban: Homes & Schools’ Rooftops Damaged

In a devastating turn of events, the tranquility of Ramban district in Jammu and Kashmir was shattered on Saturday as gusty winds wreaked havoc, leaving a trail of destruction on the rooftops of residential houses and school buildings. The aftermath of the fierce winds was particularly felt in the Banihal and Ramsoo sub-divisions, where reports of extensive damage surfaced since the previous night.

Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban:High School Kumla Trigam Takes a Hit

Among the affected structures, the High School Kumla Trigam in Khari tehsil bore the brunt of the strong winds, with its rooftop torn off in the violent gusts. The forceful impact of the winds in Chaka Sarbagni, Ramsoo, was evident as the rooftops of several houses succumbed to the relentless onslaught, leaving a path of destruction in their wake.

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Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban:Residential Havoc: Nazir Ahmad Zargar and Nasrullah Katoch Bear the Brunt

The residential areas did not escape the fury of nature, as homes belonging to Nazir Ahmad Zargar and Nasrullah Katoch faced severe damage due to the storm. The strong winds spared no mercy, wreaking havoc on the structural integrity of these dwellings and leaving the residents grappling with the aftermath.

Gusty Winds Ravage Ramban:Roadside Chaos in Khari Tehsil

The calamity extended beyond the confines of buildings, as numerous vehicles parked on roads in Khari tehsil found themselves at the mercy of falling trees. The collision resulted in significant damages to the parked vehicles, adding another layer of chaos to the already tumultuous situation.

As the Meteorological Department had forewarned in its recent weather advisory, the region was slated to experience adverse weather conditions. The forecast included the likelihood of thunder, lightning, hailstorms, and gusty winds with speeds ranging between 30 to 40 kilometers per hour on the 1st and 2nd of March. The real-time impact of this prediction has left the residents of Ramban district grappling with the aftermath of a natural calamity that has disrupted the normalcy of their lives.

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