Mundmal Parikrama completed amid controversy, should be completed in August

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Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Thursday, June 24, 2021 12:17 AM IST

News from Prayagraj: Members of Mundmal Ganga Yatra arrived at Prayagraj while praying on the banks of the Sangam.
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The Parikrama des Ganges mouth painting, organized by the Incredible Ganga Trust, was completed on Wednesday itself. According to the plan, this trip, which started in Prayagraj on December 16, 2020, was due to end in August 2021 after reaching Gomukh, but passengers were returning from Gangotri. Let us tell you that the six pedestrians who started the yatra from Prayagraj included retired Colonel RP Pandey, Hiren Patel, Indu, Rohit Umrao, Rohit Jat and Shagun Tyagi.Photojournalist Rohit Umrao, fellow traveler of Mundmal Parikrama, said that when the Padyatra reached Kasganj after returning from Gangasagar, he was admitted to the hospital there after a corona infection, but the rest of the passengers continued. When the Yatra reached Ganganani outside Uttarkashi, there was an argument between the pedestrian and founding members of the Incredible Ganga Trust not to cross the river bridge. The founding members of the trust, Colonel Manoj Keswar and Lieutenant Colonel Hem Lohmi, did not go to Gomukh and returned from Gangotri. On the other hand, Hiren Patel and Colonel RP Pandey were separated from the Yatra.

Rohit claimed that Gopal Sharma and Lt. Hem Lohmi refused to give the items when he picked up his camera, camera chip, hard drive, bag, protector, diary, etc. after the Yatra Shuklaganj (Unnao) passed. It is also alleged that the founding members of Incredible Ganga used the street during the Padyatra and took turns walking to and from their respective homes. At the same time, Rohit covered a journey of about 3600 km, walking continuously for 120 days.

The Parikrama des Ganges mouth painting, organized by the Incredible Ganga Trust, was completed on Wednesday itself. According to the plan, this trip, which started in Prayagraj on December 16, 2020, was due to end in August 2021 after reaching Gomukh, but passengers were returning from Gangotri. Let us tell you that the six pedestrians who started the yatra from Prayagraj included retired Colonel RP Pandey, Hiren Patel, Indu, Rohit Umrao, Rohit Jat and Shagun Tyagi.

Photojournalist Rohit Umrao, fellow traveler of Mundmal Parikrama, said that when the Padyatra reached Kasganj after returning from Gangasagar, he was admitted to the hospital there after a corona infection, but the rest of the passengers continued. When the Yatra reached Ganganani outside Uttarkashi, there was an argument between the pedestrian and founding members of the Incredible Ganga Trust not to cross the river bridge. The founding members of the trust, Colonel Manoj Keswar and Lieutenant Colonel Hem Lohmi, did not go to Gomukh and returned from Gangotri. On the other hand, Hiren Patel and Colonel RP Pandey were separated from the Yatra.

Rohit claimed that Gopal Sharma and Lt. Hem Lohmi refused to give the items when he picked up his camera, camera chip, hard drive, bag, protector, diary, etc. after the Yatra Shuklaganj (Unnao) passed. It is also alleged that the founding members of Incredible Ganga used the street during the Padyatra and took turns walking to and from their respective homes. At the same time, Rohit covered a journey of about 3600 km, walking continuously for 120 days.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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