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The evacuated people including tourists were accommodated in shelter sheds religious places and sarais in Banihal’s Nowgam and Gund areas and in Qazigund he said In addition 1000 civilians who were stuck in other parts of the highway were also provided food and shelter in Banihal by police and the civil administration the spokesman said The SSP said stranded passengers who were evacuated from the Jawahar tunnel area and brought to Banihal late Saturday night were allowed to move towards Jammu on Sunday Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik Sunday took stock of the situation arising due to heavy snowfall and ordered immediate restoration of essential services such as road connectivity and electricity in the affected areas Malik directed the administration to expedite efforts to mitigate the difficulties of people and meet their requirements in view of the inclement weather conditions an official spokesman said Regarding the restoration of road connectivity the governor was told that all inter-district roads have been restored and the Srinagar-Jammu highway has been opened he said The power supply was restored on Sunday to 90 per cent of Srinagar city and most rural areas of the Kashmir Valley after overnight heavy snowfall damaged transmission towers and snapped surface and air links with the rest of India After an unprecedented Valley-wide breakdown electricity supply was restored in 90 per cent areas of Srinagar and in nearly 70 per cent rural areas officials said Hashmat Qazi the Chief Engineer (Electric Maintenance) of Kashmir said electricity supply would be restored everywhere within hours Record-breaking snowfall has thrown life out of gear in Doda and adjoining districts in Chenab Valley with farmers and orchardists fearing huge financial losses The local meteorological department has figures for only 20 years after its establishment and such a heavy snowfall in the first week of November had happened for the first time in the past two decades said meteorologist Ramesh Sharma Locals claim such a heavy snowfall has happened in the areas after more than four decades catching them unprepared for the ensuing winter The snowfall in the inhabited areas ranging from three inches to over three feet was recorded in different areas of the district forcing a closure of Bhadarwah-Basohli highway Kishtwar-Sinthan Top road and Bhadarwah-Chamba interstate road while many far-flung areas got cut-off officials said The people complained about drinking water scarcity and virtual breakdown of electricity in the majority of the villages In the hills of Uttarakhand snowfall has also blocked various roads in the state Visuals of fresh snowfall in Pithoragarh and snow-clearing work at Kedarnath were released by ANI Overnight snowfall in hills and showers in the lower areas of Uttarakhand added to chill across the state and brought boulders onto the roads at various places blocking them Snowfall was witnessed at the Manali hills in Himachal Pradesh on Sunday with the minimum temperature recorded at 28 degrees Celsius according to the weather office "Hills overlooking Manali including the Solang ski slopes experienced moderate spells of snow in the past 24 hours" an official at the meteorological office The Rohtang Pass located at an altitude of 13050 feet and 52 km from Manali has accumulated a fair amount of snow hampering the movement of traffic towards the Lahaul Valley He said picturesque Kalpa some 250 km from Shimla experienced 212 cm of snow "High-altitude areas of Lahaul and Spiti Chamba Kullu and Kinnaur districts had experienced snow" the official said Keylong in Lahaul and Spiti district was the coldest in the state with a low of minus 21 degrees Celsius while it was minus 06 degrees in Kalpa 98 degrees in Dharamsala and 79 degrees in the state capital Shimla As news of the snowfall flashed across the plains tourists started arriving at Manali and the nearby hills The state`s lower areas including Dharamsala Solan Nahan Chamba and Mandi have been experiencing cold climatic conditions after rainfall The weatherman said the weather would now remain dry as the western disturbances receded from the regionOn one level the divisions between the groups who convened at a New Jersey detention center this past Father’s Day could not have been more stark; seven of them were lawmakers in the US House of Representatives positions of both power and privilege while the other five were immigrants who facing imminent deportation proceedings find themselves at the very hands of the government their fellow attendees are serving in The lawmakers all Democrats who represent districts in New York and New Jersey: Reps Jerrold Nadler Adriano Espaillat Hakeem Jeffries Carolyn Maloney Bill Pascrell Frank Pallone and Albio Sires could only imagine what these detainees some of whom had recently had their children torn from them as a result of President Donald Trump’s zero tolerance policy were going through But the representatives said they found common ground in their parenthood and that drove the emotional conversation “At one point I wanted to cry when I was hearing some of this” said Nadler who arranged the meeting “Its Father’s Day You know that when this is over in an hour youre gonna go home to your family And theyre gonna go back to a cell And they dont know where their kids are And theyre being processed for deportation” “It’s evil” Nadler said “I have never said anything about the United States government being evil before This is evil” No Congressional aides or attorneys were in the room; it was just the detainees whose name have been withheld for security reasons and the lawmakers who were prohibited from using cell phones or electronics during the meeting and relied on notes and their own recollections taken to relay the stories of these detainees to relay the meeting to TIME Sires and Espaillat translated for the men most of which had voluntarily turned themselves in upon reaching the US-Mexico border when they submitted their requests for asylum Once everyone was situated the men being held at the center began to tell the lawmakers their stories One came from Central America with his daughter who was almost 5 Border Patrol officials had questioned whether she was really his daughter (he told the representatives he had her birth certificate and offered to take a paternity test) They were both sent to a detention facility but authorities took the daughter in the middle of the night and he doesn’t know where she is He had heard she might be in Michigan but is relying on rumors and word of mouth nothing has been confirmed Another man in the facility a fisherman arrived with his 12-year-old daughter after his business partner was murdered by a gang He thinks his daughter who he told lawmakers clung to him as they were separated causing authorities to literally tear them apart could be in a New York detention center but is not sure One other told the group how he fled drug violence in Central America with his 7-year-old brother who was taken from him once they reached the border and he turned himself in to authorities In all three cases according to the lawmakers the men had been separated from their children or sibling because of the zero-tolerance policy implemented by the Trump administration in April Under the policy any person caught illegally crossing the border will be criminally prosecuted As a result adults who cross with children are separated from them once they are caught and are placed under different government jurisdictions which limits their communication and knowledge of each others whereabouts (The US Marshals Service handles the cases of the parents and the Office of Refugee Resettlement which is run by the Department of Health and Human Services deals with the children) Although these men were seeking asylum from drug and gang violence new restrictions implemented by the Department of Justice meant that since they were crossing illegally once they turned themselves in they were separated from the children while they navigated their prosecution The lawmakers said the meeting which lasted nearly an hour mostly consisted of them listening to these stories Jeffries recalled three separate occasions where they comforted the detainees who became tearful and emotional recounting the separation Its unclear however how much the lawmakers can actually do Pascrell said he sent a letter to Rep Rodney Frelinghuysen who chairs the House Appropriation Committee requesting that nothing from the budget goes toward supporting Sessions’ policy and asked ICE officials for reports on these individual cases Nadler introduced legislation on Tuesday the Keep Families Together Act that would prohibit DHS from tearing these families apart and delay the prosecution process for immigrants seeking asylum Sen Dianne Feinstein introduced a similar bill in the Senate which has garnered universal support from Democrats But Demcorats are the minority part in both chambers and no Republicans have officially signed onto either bill Even if they do President Trump would still need to sign it into law which seems unlikely given his current rhetoric on the subject; on Tuesday he tweeted that illegal immigrants were “infesting” the country Still Pascrell said they’re not giving up “They wanted to know basically if we could help or not” said Pascrell “And we said were certainly gonna try” Write to Alana Abramson at AlanaAbramson@timecom
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