Hapur News – Garhmukteshwar father and son drowned while bathing in Ramganga

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Father-son resident of Garhmukteshwar drowned while bathing in Ramganga
Garhmukteshwar. A family who lived near the Nakka Kuan Temple in Garh Nagar had visited the Girija Devi Temple in Ramnagar, Uttarakhand. Due to the closure of the temple doors, they went to take a bath in the nearby Ramganga River. The young man and his eight-year-old son were suddenly washed away by a strong current of water. Whose search is on. The Uttarakhand police are looking for both of them with the help of divers.
Rajesh (around 32 years old), a resident of Garh Nagar, had gone with his wife, Monica, two children, and other relatives to visit the Girija Devi Temple in the Ramnagar area of ​​Uttarakhand. Rajesh’s brother Jasvir said that after arriving in Ramnagar on Sunday, it was found that the doors of the Girija Devi Temple were closed due to a corona infection. Then he went to the bath in the Ramganga River, which was some distance from the temple. Rajesh and his son Karmik (8 years old) and his 10 month old daughter and everyone else started to bathe in the river. Jasvir said the flow was initially very low. Suddenly the flow of the river increased around 11 am due to rain in the mountains. When he saw what other people got out, the staff began to flow in the strong current that Rajesh was also carried away in the process of rescue. When they saw them drown, they made a noise. The people present tried to save him, but the efforts were unsuccessful due to the strong current of the water. The Uttarakhand police were then informed. After she received information, the police began looking for her with the help of divers, but nothing could be found. Jasveer said they will be searched for both on Monday too, but no lead has been found so far.

Father-son resident of Garhmukteshwar drowned while bathing in Ramganga

Garhmukteshwar. A family who lived near the Nakka Kuan Temple in Garh Nagar had visited the Girija Devi Temple in Ramnagar, Uttarakhand. Due to the closure of the temple doors, they went to take a bath in the nearby Ramganga River. The young man and his eight-year-old son were suddenly washed away by a strong current of water. Whose search is on. The Uttarakhand police are looking for both of them with the help of divers.

Rajesh (around 32 years old), a resident of Garh Nagar, had gone with his wife, Monica, two children, and other relatives to visit the Girija Devi Temple in the Ramnagar area of ​​Uttarakhand. Rajesh’s brother Jasvir said that after arriving in Ramnagar on Sunday, it was found that the doors of the Girija Devi Temple were closed due to a corona infection. Then he went to the bath in the Ramganga River, which was some distance from the temple. Rajesh and his son Karmik (8 years old) and his 10 month old daughter and everyone else started to bathe in the river. Jasvir said the flow was initially very low. Suddenly the flow of the river increased around 11 am due to rain in the mountains. When he saw what other people got out, the staff began to flow in the strong current that Rajesh was also carried away in the process of rescue. When they saw them drown, they made a noise. The people present tried to save him, but the efforts were unsuccessful due to the strong current of the water. The Uttarakhand police were then informed. After she received information, the police began looking for her with the help of divers, but nothing could be found. Jasveer said they will be searched for both on Monday too, but no lead has been found so far.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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