Badrinath Dham News: A female pilgrim died of cardiac arrest in Badrinath Dham. At the same time, the police have recovered the body of an unidentified person on the banks of Badrinath Highway near Kanchan Ganga. The body has been sent to the district hospital Gopeshwar for post-mortem. According to the information received from the police, late on Tuesday night, the health of female pilgrim Rampyari (79), Piproli Road, Vikas Colony, Ward No 53, Sikar, Rajasthan suddenly worsened in Badrinath. His son Pawan Papadiya told the police that he had reached Badrinath Dham on Tuesday night. When his mother’s health suddenly deteriorated in the night itself, she was taken to the Primary Health Center Badrinath. Where doctors declared him brought dead.
CMO has told
CMO Dr. SP Kudiyal told that the female pilgrim died due to cardiac arrest. At the same time, on Tuesday night, Badrinath police station got information about a person lying unconscious near Kanchan Ganga on Badrinath Highway. On which the police team reached the spot. The police took him to the hospital in Badrinath, but he died on the way. The deceased has not been identified. The left hand of the deceased is severed from the shoulder. SHO KC Bhatt told that the body has been sent to the district hospital for post-mortem. To control the increasing crowd of pilgrims in Kedarnath, the government has fixed the number of pilgrims visiting daily. Transporters have also given mixed reactions to the determination of the number of passengers.
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Travellers take care before leaving home
Go on travel only after health check-up, abstain from smoking and other intoxicants. Sick persons should carry their doctor’s consultation form, doctor’s number and prescribed medicines. Very elderly and people suffering from covid in the past has been advised to cancel the journey for the time being. It would be advisable to take a day’s rest en route before reaching the shrine. People suffering from heart, respiratory, diabetes, high blood pressure should take special care while going to the high altitude areas.