Uttarakhand accident again took 4 people lives

Dehradun: There has once again been an accident in Uttarakhand. Four tourists who went on trekking here have died while 2 are said to be missing. Heavy rains in Uttarakhand in the recent past have wreaked havoc. This has affected normal life. 20 tourists who went for trekking at Kafani Glacier are said to be missing. District disaster officer Shikha Suyal said the rescue team has left.

According to the same officer, there is no news about them at present. At the same time, 34 tourists are stranded in Dwali. The SDRF team had left late in the night to help the tourists. The months of September, October and November are tourist seasons in Uttarakhand. Tourists turn to the mountains in the big figures this season. Tourists go for trekking at 3 places in Bageshwar district, Sundardhanga, Kafani and Pindari Glacier, which is conducted from 15th September to 15th November.

On the other hand, the Air Force has launched a massive rescue operation at an altitude of 17,000 feet in Lamkhaga Pass in the state, where 17 trekkers, including tourists, porters and guides, were diverted due to heavy snowfall and bad weather on October 18. In Himachal Pradesh, 11 bodies have so far been seized from the area leading to Lamkhaga Pass, one of the worst passes connecting the Kinnaur district with Harsil in Uttarakhand. On 20th October, the Indian Air Force responded to an SOS call made by the officers and deployed two advanced Light Helicopters (ALH) helicopters to reach Harsil, a tourist hill station in the state.

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