52 people have died so far during Chardham Yatra

14 devotees lost their lives in Badrinath, 23 in Kedarnath, 03 in Gangotri and 12 in Yamunotri.
So far 52 people have died during the Chardham Yatra. Of these, 14 devotees have lost their lives in Badrinath, 23 in Kedarnath, 03 in Gangotri and 12 in Yamunotri. In the last 10 years, 350 pilgrims have died in Kedarnath, the main reasons being chest pain, restlessness and heart attack.
A devotee from Kerala, who was on a pilgrimage to Badrinath Dham, died of cardiac arrest on Thursday. The family members performed the last rites in Vishnuprayag itself. Till now, eight devotees who had come on the pilgrimage to Badrinath Dham have died due to heart failure.
Four women and two men from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala had come to Badrinath for darshan. Srinivasan (63) died suddenly on Wednesday due to cardiac arrest. CMO Dr. Rajeev Sharma has confirmed this. After this the family brought the body to Vishnuprayag, but they did not have any material to perform the last rites. On this he sought help from Joshimath Municipality. On this, the municipality provided him the material and then the last rites were performed. 
A traveler from Punjab who had come on a pilgrimage to Hemkund Sahib died due to cardiac arrest. The doors of Hemkund Sahib will open on May 25 and the first batch will leave for Ghangaria from Govindghat on Friday. Some devotees are already reaching Ghangaria. Govindghat SO Lakshmi Prasad Bijalwan said, on Thursday, Jaswinder Singh (60), a resident of Ludhiana, Punjab, who was going from Govindghat to Ghangaria, died due to cardiac arrest near Ramdhungi in front of Bhundar.

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