Mina: The genocide fee of Indian pilgrims in final week’s horrific bolt during Haj rose to 35 on Sunday as authorities identified 13 some-more bodies among a victims of a misfortune tragedy to strike a annual event in Saudi Arabia.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted a updated toll. Earlier, 7 some-more Indians were identified among a passed lifting final night’s genocide fee from 22 to 29.
The 13 Indian pilgrims who were among a dead, holding a genocide fee to 35, have been identified by a Haj Consulate in Jeddah as Mansurul Haque (Jharkhand), Anvar Janha (UP), F A Muneer Veetil, Amina Beevi, Abdul Rahiman Asarithodi, P V Kunhimon and Moiuddin Abdul Kader (all from Kerala), Jaibun Nisha (Bihar), Nashima Khatoon (Jharkhand), Mohamed Younus Rahimbhai Mansuri (Gujarat), Bibi Ismail (Gujarat), Mehrunnisha Hanif (Gujarat), Muhammed Yusuf Sikandarmiyan Malik (Gujarat).
Saudi authorities have put a sum genocide fee from a bolt during Haj to 769. The series of harmed stands during 934. At slightest 13 Indians were among those injured.
King Salman has systematic a arrangement of a cabinet to examine a lethal occurrence during a five-day event in that around dual million people from over 180 countries took part. From India, 1.5 lakh pilgrims achieved Haj.
Haj is one of a 5 pillars of Islam that should be achieved during slightest once in a lifetime by any Muslim who is financially and physically capable.
Unfortunately, there are 6 some-more Indians holding a fee to 35.
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) Sep 27, 2015
The bolt pennyless out after dual large lines of pilgrims converged on any other from opposite directions during an intersection tighten to a five-storey Jamarat Bridge in Mina for mystic stoning of a devil.
It was a second vital collision this year for pilgrims, after a construction derrick collapsed on Sep 11 during Mecca’s Grand Mosque, murdering over 100 people, including 11 Indians.