Aslıhan DOĞRU -TDO- A glacier broke off from the Himalayan Mountains in northern India and fell into the dam, causing flooding.
At least 14 people have died as a consequence of the floods.
The search continues for the 150 people who disappeared following the incident.
There are concerns that people working at the dam where the glacier fell and villagers in the surrounding area are caught in floodwaters.
In the incident, the Rishiganga Hydroelectric Power Plant was completely destroyed, while the Dhauliganga Plant was heavily damaged.
14 bodies were found in a tunnel near the dam, and at least 16 workers were stuck.
Following the incident, the Indian Air Force was mobilized and teams were dispatched to the disaster zone for search and rescue efforts.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi posted on his social media account that the situation is being closely subsequent, and "The whole country is praying for the Uttarakhand's," he said.
Residents around the Alaknanda River have been warned by authorities to seek refuge in safe areas.
In Uttar Pradesh, an alert was raised in areas with river deposits.