Team of youth reached the second highest hill!!!

There are lok sabha elections in himachal pradesh in the seventh and last phase. Before this, different activities are being run to create awareness among the people about voting.  The message to vote is being given from Nilda Peak, the second highest hill of Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh. For this, a team of seven youth has left for the expedition to Chau Chau Kang Nilda Peak.

 Mountaineers started the trek from comic

ADC rahul Jain flagged off this group of youth on Friday. The team of expert youth in the expedition has started its track with comics. It will be completed by 25th May. This team of climbers includes Ishani, Nikita Thakur, Shubham Bisht, Sahil Malik, akash Aggarwal and Arun Sherpa. rahul is leading them.

 The message will go to the entire country along with the state.

Additional Deputy Commissioner rahul Jain said that the mountaineering team going to Chau Chau Nilda Peak will make people aware about voting. india is the world's largest democracy. The great festival of the world's largest democracy is being celebrated. In order to get as many people as possible out of their homes to vote, these youth will create awareness among the people from the high hills. Its message will go not only in himachal pradesh but in the entire country. Along with voting, all these youth are also giving the message of keeping the environment clean and leading a healthy life.

 Every year a large number of mountaineers come

Spiti Valley is one of the most beautiful valleys in the world. Every year a large number of mountaineers come here for expeditions. Apart from this, Spiti Valley is also a favorite area of tourists. The life of the people here is very difficult. During snowfall, most of the Spiti Valley area including the headquarters gets cut off. In such a situation, people here have to face huge problems almost every year. Here in the beautiful mountains, people's life is spent with hardships, but to face the problems like mountains, people also have hearts like mountains.

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