3 More Tekkers Lost their Lives in Himachal Pradesh; Temperature is rapidly decreasing.

In the midst of the ongoing snowfall in Himachal Pradesh’s hills area which is a popular trekking destination. Last week, 11 trekkers were reported dead in Uttarakhand due to heavy snowfall.

Three additional trekkers from Maharashtra have died after being stuck in snowfall in Himachal Pradesh’s Kinnaur district, authorities reported today. They said that ten other hikers who were part of the excursion had been rescued.

On October 17, a group of 13 trekkers from Maharashtra and West Bengal began their journey from Rohru to Kinnaur. Due to heavy snowfall in the area, the trekkers were stranded in a place named Burua Kanda.

Rajendra Pathak, Ashok Bhalerao, and Deepak Rao have been identified as the victims.

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) has been dispatched to the scene in order to recover the dead, which are thought to be lying at a height of roughly 15000 feet.

Many parts of India have been impacted by heavy rains and snowfall. Snow fell even on the Amarnath Cave Temple in Anantnag earlier last week, making it difficult for pilgrims to access the temples.

Kangdoori in Gulmarg and Z-Gali Machil in Kupwara were also snow-covered.

Temperatures in Jammu and Kashmir, as well as Ladakh, have plunged to extremely low levels. Srinagar had a temperature of 9.8 degrees Celsius, Pahalgam had a temperature of 6.7 degrees Celsius, and Gulmarg had a temperature of 1.5 degrees Celsius. Drass town had a temperature of 3.1 degrees Celsius, whereas Leh had a temperature of 5.6 degrees Celsius.

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