11, Pilgrimage to Amarnaath: If we had stayed a while, we would have been trapped; The companion fainted due to the difficult climb … said the traveler who returned to Raipur

  1. Cloudburst caused sudden flooding on July 8 near the sacred pilgrimage to Amarnaath Cave in southern Kashmir.

Raipur July 11th

Sacred located south of Kashmir Pilgrimage to Amarnaath Several people were devastated due to the sudden flooding caused by a burst of clouds near the cave on July 8th. More than 15 people died in the crash.

Many are still missing. After completing a difficult journey, a group of 9 pilgrims from Raipur has returned.

Navratan Maheshwari of Raipur, Ajay Devangan, Dr. Nirmal Kumar Agarwal, Lalit Bagri, Vikas Malani, Dharmesh Jhanwar, Avinash Shirke, Nirbhay Jain and Dr. Deepak Pandey were among them.

Pilgrimage to Amarnaath: If we had stayed a while, we would have been trapped; The teammate fainted due to the hard climb

Navratan Maheshwari of this group said the experience of this trip was amazing. Navratan said this Pilgrimage to Amarnaath The group of pilgrims left Raipur and arrived near Amarnath Dham on 3 July. Baba Barfani is seen after completing a 25- to 30-kilometer journey through the mountains.

From a place called Baltal, travelers come out near the cave, from where they have to walk. Most people complete this journey on foot or with the help of mules.

Pilgrimage to Amarnaath: If we had stayed a while, we would have been trapped;  The teammate fainted due to the hard climb
Pilgrimage to Amarnaath: If we had stayed a while, we would have been trapped; The teammate fainted due to the hard climb

Pilgrimage to Amarnaath We had booked a helicopter, on July 7 we were about to take off from Baltal but suddenly the weather turned bad. The helicopter could not fly due to rain and strong wind.

There was fear that we might not have to return without darshan, we spoke to the aviation team again on July 8, it was decided to go to the mountains above the helicopter. We arrived in the morning and arrived near the cave by helicopter. But even after that, you had to climb a few miles in height.

Pilgrimage to Amarnaath: If we had stayed a while, we would have been trapped;  The teammate fainted due to the hard climb
Pilgrimage to Amarnaath: If we had stayed a while, we would have been trapped; The teammate fainted due to the hard climb

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Navratan said we crossed the difficult climb and reached the top.

When Baba had the darshan of Bafarni, all the fatigue vanished. I wanted to stay here for a while. Even after we stopped, attention was paid to repeated announcements. There they were told into the microphone that after the darshan, go back down immediately,

The weather is getting worse. We went down again. There was barely an interval of 2 or three hours when the news came that there was a burst of clouds and many people were taken away. By then we had come a long way.

We were stopped at a tent, we stayed here. Then he returned from Baltal. Passengers were being sent back as soon as possible.

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Raipur passengers were also caught in the traffic jam during the trip. Along the way, there was a landslide on the road between Srinagar and Baltal. All traffic stopped. There was a traffic jam for several miles.

We were stuck on the road for about 7-8 hours. The JCB Border Road Opening team was working to clean up the rubble. After a while, the vehicles were sent one by one. Along the way we saw houses and cars buried under the rubble.

Pilgrimage to Amarnaath: If we had stayed a while, we would have been trapped;  The teammate fainted due to the hard climb
Pilgrimage to Amarnaath: If we had stayed a while, we would have been trapped; The teammate fainted due to the hard climb

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Navratan said that as we climb the Amarnath Yatra, the road gets worse. Walking through large rocks, the way up is tiring.

The leg of our companion Dr. Nirmal twisted as he walked over the stones, causing him unbearable pain. Comrade Ajay Devangan’s breath took a deep breath after he had taken a breather. We were immediately helped by the soldiers assigned to it.

He provided medical facilities, rested in tents. When we felt better, we proceeded again.

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Navratan said that as we go towards the cave, there is a very difficult and stony path. There was a patch where there was a 180 degree turn, there was only a few inches of road, only one man could step on it.

Also there the force had made a place by putting some wooden sticks, and so on. The soldiers of the armed forces carefully helped to send the passengers one by one to the other side.

Seeing that turn, everyone was tense, there was a ditch and a river a few meters below, but the soldiers gave all their help.

Amarnath Yatra was imprisoned for the past two years due to Crown.

This yatra has started from June 30 this year. The 43-day yatra will end on August 11th. So far, more than 65,000 pilgrims have seen Baba Barfani in Amarnath cave in this yatra, in August this figure can reach 3 lakh.

At the same time, due to bad weather, the journey had to be stopped for 2 to 3 days.

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,The government has issued a helplineThe government has issued a helpline

To help Chhattisgarh pilgrims trapped in the Amarnath accident, the government has issued a helpline number.

Among these, the mobile number of Ganesh Mishra, an officer of the office of the residential commissioner located in New Delhi, is 9997060999, 9868977921 and the helpline number of Chhattisgarh Sadan is 01146156000.

Pilgrims or their families caught in the disaster can contact these numbers and provide information. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has instructed officers to provide all possible assistance to the people of the state trapped there.

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