Uttarakhand tragedy: 4 people of Shivpuri missing, family leaves to find them
Uttarakhand tragedy: 4 people of Shivpuri missing, family leaves to find them

The impact of the tragedy in Uttarakhand on Sunday is also being seen in Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh. Indeed, in this natural tragedy, four people from Dhamkan village and Narwar near the Madikheda dam of Shivpuri have been reported missing. An atmosphere of mourning is visible in the families after getting information about this incident. According to the information received, the family members have gone to Dehradun to search for their children.

It is being told that these four youths had gone there for some time ago. According to reports, Bhanu Sikarwar son Nathu Singh Sikarwar age 28 years, Gajendra Singh Pawaiya son Ram Singh age 35 years, Rakesh Narwaria son Mehtab Singh age 35, and Sonu Lodhi son Sikander Singh age of Narwar in this accident. 26 years missing. It is being said that the list of lappas released by the Uttarakhand government also includes their names. Talking about Sonu Lodhi, he is the only brother of five sisters who went to work on this project 15 days ago.

It is being told that Sonu has the responsibility of her five sisters. As soon as his disappearance was reported, all his sisters have started praying to God. Sonu's cousin Harisingh says, "We have been calling Sonu continuously since the news of the disaster, but no contact has been made with him." Another brother working there had reported the disaster and told that the dam on which your brother was working has been washed away. At the same time, the families of the other people missing in the disaster are upset and in shock.

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