Dehradun, September 16
The Uttarakhand Police dispatched 10 groups to Kedarnath on Wednesday seeking the 1000’s of people that went lacking after the devastating deluge of June, 2013.
The groups will conduct their seek for 10 days in numerous instructions across the Himalayan temple for the victims of the tragedy who’re nonetheless lacking, Director General of Police (Law and Order) Ashok Kumar mentioned.
Each staff, led by a police sub-inspector and consisting of two police constables, two SDRF personnel and a pharmacist, fanned out in numerous instructions of Gaurikund, close to the temple, from Sonprayag after taking obligatory directions from Rudraprayag Superintendent of Police (SP) Navneet Singh, he mentioned.
The pharmacists will take the DNA pattern of any proof associated to the victims on the spot, the DGP mentioned.
The search operation is being carried out on the orders of the Uttarakhand High Court.
Equipped with sleeping luggage, tents and wi-fi units for exchanging data, the groups will seek for the lacking individuals with the assistance of Google map or the GPS system, the DGP mentioned, including that the operation may even be videographed.
Several such search operations for the lacking individuals have been carried out by the police within the final seven years, which have led to the restoration of some skeletons or skeletal stays of disjointed physique elements.
Their DNA check outcomes had been despatched to their households.
According to an official estimate, the tragedy left greater than 4,000 individuals lacking. PTI