Four days ago, a sudden cloudburst near the Amarnath cave caused havoc. Relief and rescue work is on. Devotees from all over the country reach here. In this sequence, more than 50 people from Andhra Pradesh had come there.
Amravati Agency. More than 50 devotees of Andhra Pradesh were also trapped in the Amarnath accident. Of these, 39 pilgrims have been found while 13 are still missing. Let us tell you that four days ago, a sudden cloudburst near the Amarnath cave caused havoc. This information has been given in the data released by the state government on Monday. According to this, two women from Rajamahendravaram and a group of 11 people who went there from Nellore are missing.
Another group of 18 people from Nellore who were missing till Sunday have been traced by the team of relief and rescue workers. A senior official involved in the rescue mission said, “So far, the search operation is going on in Jammu and Kashmir for the missing pilgrims. Apart from this, the Revenue Authority is also in touch with their families so that any information can be shared after getting it.
In this, Telangana MLA T Raja Singh was lucky, who had gone to visit the Amarnath cave with his family. In time, MLA T Raja Singh thought it better to leave somehow after seeing the changing weather. In this sequence, he took the help of a mule and the family came down. Soon after they landed, the cloud burst and a strong current of water uprooted the tents near the cave.
Amarnath Yatra resumed from today
The Indian Army laid down its life to restart the Amarnath Yatra. In fact, the army personnel prepared temporary stairs overnight for the pilgrims to reach the Amarnath cave. With this, a way has been made for the devotees to reach the holy cave by removing the debris from the Baltal Yatra route.
It is noteworthy that the yatra, which was closed for two days due to the flood caused by cloudburst near the holy cave of Amarnath, started once again today. The army was busy day and night with the aim of making the yatra smooth till Sunday.