Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and Yogi stuck in Kedarnath for 8 hours due to heavy snowfall.



Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, along with other ministers and officials, left Gauchar at 5.45 pm after being stuck in Kedarnath for eight hours due to heavy snowfall. Due to bad weather, they will stay overnight at ITBP camp in Gauchar and will go to Badrinath only if the weather is clear on Tuesday.

On Monday, there was heavy snowfall in Kedarnath. After closing the doors of Baba Kedarnath at 8.30 am, Uttar Pradesh’s CM Yogi Adityanath and the state’s CM Trivendra Singh Rawat went with Baba’s Doli on the temple route.

After leaving the doli, CM Yogi was to leave for Badrinath Dham at around 8.40 am, but the helicopter could not reach Kedarnath due to snowfall. After this, both the Chief Minister and other guests reached the rest house of GMVN amidst the security arrangements by the administration and police officers.

The doors of Kedarnath shrine were closed with law at 8.30 pm
The doors of the sanctum sanctorum of Kedarnath Dham on Bhai Dooj were closed with legal legislation for the winter at 5.30 am this morning, but the continuous snowfall delayed the closure of the outer valleys and the dolly departure. The outer valves were closed at 8.30.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, Cabinet Minister Madan Kaushik and Minister of State Dhan Singh Rawat were present on the occasion.

I have come to Baba Kedar’s order only in his deeds: Yogi
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that when the order of Baba Kedarnath ji came, I have reached the vision of his disciples.

Said that, whenever I used to sit in regular worship, I used to see Kedarnath Dham and two days ago I was also invited by Uttarakhand government to come to Kedarnath Dham.

On reaching Kedarnath, Chief Minister Yogi said that he is feeling blessed by reaching the dham.

Kedarpuri reconstruction work commendable:
Yogi Adityanath said that the reconstruction work of Kedarpuri widely affected by the disaster of June 2013 is commendable. Said that the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the work being done in Kedarnath under the leadership of Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat are acquiring new dimensions.

With the grace and blessings of Baba Kedar, the reconstruction work has been successful under the guidance of the Prime Minister. He said that I had been thinking for a long time that I should visit Kedarnath.

Whenever sitting in regular worship, Kedarnath Dham was seen. Two days ago he got an invitation to the Uttarakhand government.

Helicopter reached Kedarnath from Dehradun at 4.40 pm
While the weather kept waiting for the clearing, but the snowfall continued to intensify as the day progressed. The MI-26 helipad’s snow was cleared after the weather improved slightly at around 4.15 pm. The helicopter reached Kedarnath from Dehradun at 4.40 pm, in which both CM Gauchar left for the airstrip.

Tehsildar Sohan Singh Ragad told that CM Yogi and CM Rawat will stay overnight at ITBP camp in Gauchar. He told that on Tuesday, when the weather is clear, he will go to Badrinath, otherwise he will return to Dehradun from Gauchar.

Administration in Badrinath is ready for the whole day:
The administration remained busy throughout the day for the Badrinath visit of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Rawat. The temperature continued to be below zero amid the morning snowfall. In the bitter cold, the team from police to administration continued in the arrangements.

UP CM Yogi Adityanath and Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Rawat were to come to Badrinath from Kedarnath on Monday, but both were stuck in Kedarnath only when the weather got bad since morning. On the other hand, the team of district administration and police, apart from Badrinath MLA Mahendra Bhatt, was there to receive the two chief ministers.

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