Bhupendra Patel speaks to Dhami to provide necessary assistance to pilgrims

Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel held a telephonic discussion with Uttarakhand Chief Minster Pushkar Singh Dhami to provide necessary assistance to the pilgrims from the state, who are trapped there due to natural calamity and rains, informed the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) on Tuesday.

100s  of Gujarat tourists on their way to Chardham have been stranded due to heavy rains in Uttarakhand. Then Gujarat government has announced 079-23251900 helpline number. At present, tourists have been shifted to safer places after the government issued a red alert in the area. Conversely, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel are also in constant touch with Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Dhami.

According to reports, a large number of Gujaratis are stuck in Uttarkashi, Netala and surrounding areas. The Chardham pilgrimage has been halted due to heavy rains forecast for the next three days in Uttarakhand. As per information derived from the source, thousands of vehicles have been stopped due to heavy rains in Gangotri. The situation has deteriorated to such an extent that many passengers are stranded on the road. 

 The Chardham pilgrimage has been halted for the time being and pilgrims arriving for darshan are being sent back in the middle. Pilgrims arriving for the Chardham Yatra in Haridwar and Rishikesh were warned not to proceed. The four-lane bridge here was closed and passengers were diverted. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami visited the State Disaster Control Room.

 

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