KBC 2021: In February 2021, a portion of which glacier in Uttarakhand broke off and caused an avalanche in Chamoli district?
B. Nanda Devi
Answer: B. Nanda Devi
Over 75 people were killed in the Chamoli disaster that took place in Uttarakhand on February 7, 2021. A large rock ice and avalanche consisting of material dislodged from Ronti peak, causing floods. This avalanche caused damaged in Chamoli, Rishiganga river, the Dhualiganga river and the Alakananda.
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