Stranded Tourists Of Chhattisgarh Recused Safely From Uttarakhand
- 55 tourists from Chhattisgarh reached safely from Uttrakhand.
- CM Bhupesh Baghel was a great help to safe the stranded tourists.
- Nainital government took all the people safely from Kaladongi to Delhi.
55 tourists from Chhattisgarh, including 44 women and 4 children, were stuck in Uttarakhand’s Nainital following heavy rainfall. “The tourists from Durg were stuck in Kainchi Dham after a landslide there. An army unit reached the spot Tuesday evening and provided food and other help said Dipanshu Kabra, commissioner, public relations, Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel directed top officials to coordinate with the administration in Uttarakhand to ensure the safe return of the tourists.
A team of officials from Chhattisgarh reached Uttarakhand and rescued the stranded tourists with the help of the army and administrative officials of Uttrakhand. Tourists who went to visit Uttarakhand from Bhilai are now completely safe. After being trapped in natural havoc for 2 days, they finally reached Chhattisgarh on Friday. The Nainital district government of Uttarakhand took all the people safely from Kaladongi to Delhi and after that, they reached Durg by train.
Among the tourists trapped in the tragedy, Anjali Singh told that they suddenly got stuck for 48 hours there due to heavy rainfall. Somehow the next day Uttarakhand government and the army reached and took everyone to a safe place. As soon as the weather cleared all the stranded tourists left for Nainital. 9 vehicles of the Nainital administration helped us to reach Kaladongi after which we reached Durg safely by the help of the Chhattisgarh government.