In a tragic incident triggered by heavy rainfall, body of another tourist was found in the landslide that occurred near Jogiana village in the Yamkeshwar block of Pauri district. The unfortunate incident took place on Sunday. Rescue efforts are underway to locate the remaining three members of the family. The local administration and teams from the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) have joined forces to provide relief and carry out rescue operations.
The landslide, which affected the Night Paradise Camp area in Rawada due to the collapse of a hillside, has left the community reeling. Inside one of the camps, Sector-4 1756, a family from Kurukshetra, Haryana, was caught in the disaster. Kamal Verma, Nisha Verma, their son Nishaant, Nirmal, and Monty Malbe were trapped, while their eight-year-old daughter Kritika was miraculously rescued. On Monday evening, the body of Monty Malbe was recovered, and today, the body of one of the missing individuals from the group has been found.
The region has been facing heavy monsoon rains, leading to an increased risk of landslides and other related incidents. The authorities are working tirelessly to ensure the safety of the residents and provide necessary assistance to those affected by this tragic event.
14-Year-Old Girl’s Body Recovered from The Family Swept Away in Lakshmanjhula Rain-fed Stream
In the Lakshmanjhula Barrage Area, the body of a 14-year-old girl has been recovered from a rain-fed stream, where three members of the same family were swept away. The search for the other individuals is ongoing.
It is reported that late on Monday night, near the Forest Department Guest House on the Lakshmanjhula motor road, a woman and her children were swept away by a rain-fed stream. The State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) teams had been engaged in search and rescue operations since last night. Today, the body of the girl, identified as Tejaswini alias Gauri, daughter of Gopal Sharma, resident of Rani Mandir, Lakshmanjhula, was found