Kedarnath Dham (File photo)
In Chardham Yatra, the heart-related disease of the passengers is becoming fatal for them and since May 3 till now 15 passengers have died due to heart failure. In Kedarnath Dham, three passengers died on Saturday and Sunday due to heart attack.
Chardham Yatra in UttarakhandChardham Yatra) continues and the doors of Badrinath Dham have also opened from Sunday. But in Chardham, the heart-related disease of the passengers is becoming fatal for them and since May 3 till now 15 passengers have died due to heart failure. In Kedarnath Dham, three passengers died on Saturday and Sunday due to heart attack. While on Saturday Gangotri (Gangotri) and two passengers died in Yamunotri. Mumbai among the dead on pilgrimage in the stateMumbai) and two each from Uttar Pradesh and one from Madhya Pradesh.
According to the information, there have been deaths due to lack of oxygen and already heart related diseases in high places. Dilsaram, a resident of Pali in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh, suddenly deteriorated his health in Lincholi on the Kedarnath walkway and died in no time. He was 61 years old. While Urmila Garg (62), a resident of Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh, died in Kedarnath Dham at 10.30 pm. Along with this, Jeet Singh, a resident of Sanjaynagar-Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh, died on Sunday after complaining of severe chest pain, half a km before Junglechatti.
Elders are becoming victims
Dr Pradeep Bharadwaj of Six Sigma, posted in Kedarnath Tham, Uttarakhand, told that there is a lack of oxygen in Kedarpuri and the cold is also very high and due to this, the risk of heart and respiratory patients has increased. He says that most of the deaths are of senior citizens.
One death each in Yamunotri and Gangotri Dham
Jagdish Mithalal, a resident of Mumbai, who reached Jankichatti on Sunday morning to visit Yamunotri Dham, complained of severe chest pain and his family took Jagdish to the primary health center, where he died. While Medvati, a resident of Mumbai returning to Uttarkashi after visiting Gangotri, suddenly deteriorated near Gangnani and her companions took her to the district hospital but doctors declared her dead.
Passenger dies after falling into a ditch in Rudraprayag
The traveler who returned to Gaurikund after visiting Kedarnath in Rudraprayag district died after falling into the ditch. According to the information, Praveen Saini, a resident of Gurugram, Haryana, was living in Gaurikund after returning from Kedarnath on Saturday. On his way to his hotel at 9:40 pm, he suddenly slipped and fell into a deep gorge and died on the spot.
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