35 pilgrims from Belgaum for Amarnath Yatra have been stuck near Anantnag for the last three days on their way back. All are safe and have been accommodated in the camp by the Indian Army.
Pilgrims who went to Amarnath Yatra from Belgaum have been stuck on their return journey due to heavy rains in Jammu Kashmir Himachal Pradesh. Rains have wreaked havoc in many places in North India.
Due to the collapse of the bridge on the route of Amarnath Yatra, thousands of pilgrims who went to Amarnath Yatra are stuck due to land sliding in many places, in which pilgrims from Belgaum are stuck in one place for three days in sensitive places like Anand Nag.
A group of 25 men and 10 women from Belgaum are stranded at sensitive places like Anantnag due to bridge collapse and road sliding. All are safe and accommodation is being provided by the Indian Army at the base camp. Former MLA Anil Benke inquired about all the pilgrims over phone. Promised to help.
After the Yatra route is fixed, the return journey of these 35 people from Belgaum will start and after that they will leave for Belgaum. Every year, hundreds of devotees go on Amarnath Yatra from Belgaum.
In the team that went to Amarnath Yatra in Belgaum
Somnath Halgekar, Santosh Divte, Rituraj Bidikar, Parshuram Berde, Nitin Anandache, Vinayak Patil Nandu Gurav, Adesh Patil, Renuka Bidikar Shweta Halgekar, Shraddha Badmanji etc have participated.