Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Sunday assured evident assistance to those influenced by complicated rains in Uttarakhand as a state supervision dispatched a rescue group to manage depletion of pilgrims stranded during Hemkunt Sahib.
As per a orders released by Punjab Chief Secretary Sarvesh Kaushal, Registrar of Co-operative Societies, Arunjit Singh Miglani has been asked to conduct a group to manage a depletion of stranded pilgrims, an central orator said.
Miglani would obtain confidence crew from ADGP (Security), a medical group from Principal Secretary Health and Family Welfare and compulsory series of buses from Principal Secretary Transport, he said.
He has been destined to hire himself during Joshimath in Chamoli district, liaise with Uttarakhand supervision and news a swell of depletion to Punjab Civil Control Room daily, a orator said.
Sub Divisional Magistrate, SAS Nagar (Mohali) Lakhmir Singh has also been asked to accompany him, a orator said.
Terming a conditions in Uttarakhand as a inhabitant tragedy, Badal positive full and evident assistance to all those influenced regardless of their particular states or their end of pilgrimage, an central orator said.
Several residents of Punjab who had left on a event to Sri Hemkunt Sahib in Uttarakhand are stranded due to complicated rains and reported repairs of bridges and roads.
Stating a categorical design of Punjab supervision was to assist a rescue operation so that all a pilgrims stranded during Gobind Dham and other circuitously places are evacuated, Badal hoped that all those stranded would shortly be brought behind home protected and sound.
He prayed to a Almighty for reserve of all people stranded in Uttarakhand.