Three mp devotees died during Chardham Yatra…

These days the process of Chardham yatra is going on. A large number of devotees from madhya pradesh have also gone on Chardham Yatra. Three devotees from madhya pradesh have died during religious pilgrimage. These include priest Ramgopal Rawat of Bina, Sampatti Bai Dhakad of Neemuch and Ramprasad Rawat of Indore. The family has performed the cremation in Yamunotri.

Priest Ramgopal Rawat is a resident of Bina of Sagar. On May 6, he went on a pilgrimage to Chardham with a group of 32 people. His wife Janaki Rawat and cousin sheetal Prasad Rawat were also with him. All the people in the group had completed the four-day journey. On May 10, while going to Kedarnath, ram Gopal Rawat's health deteriorated at Garhwat mountain and he died.

Cremation performed in Yamunotri

According to bhushan Rawat, son of deceased ram Gopal Rawat, it would have taken more than 30 hours to bring the body from Yamunotri to Bina. police and administrative officers advised the last rites to be performed in Yamunotri itself, after which the cremation was performed in Yamunotri itself. Bones were immersed in Prayagraj. According to son bhushan Rawat, father ram Gopal Rawat was a priest in the temple near the station in Bina. He used to go on a religious pilgrimage of 10 to 12 days every year. Even now he had gone on a religious journey after getting registered. But Lord Badrinath's wish was something else.

CM expressed condolences

On receiving information about this incident, chief minister Dr. Mohan Yadav expressed condolence and sanctioned an amount of Rs 4 lakh. SDM Devendra Pratap Singh spoke to prem Narayan Shastri, son of the deceased and took information about the entire matter.

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