No less than 96 Indian pioneers, undertaking the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, were emptied on Wednesday.
As indicated by sources in Nepal, no less than 73 Indian pioneers were emptied to Surkhet region by flight while a chopper utilized for 23 others. On the off chance that the climate stays helpful, the clearing procedure will be finished in a few days.
In the interim, the pioneers who are in Tibet, still stay there and are protected. They will be brought back after the clearing procedure in Nepal is finished.
No less than 104 Indian explorers were emptied to Simikot from Hilsa, yesterday.
A pioneer from Andhra Pradesh and another from Kerala, kicked the bucket in Nepal when they were coming back from the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra journey.
The Indian embassy in Nepal issued a rundown of hotline numbers for the pioneers stranded in Nepal and their relatives. Various Kailash Mansarovar Yatra explorers are stranded in parts of Nepal following overwhelming deluge.
The helpline numbers are as per the following: 9851107006,9851155007,9851107021, 9818832398. Hotline to contact dialect talking staff: Kannada-9823672371, Telugu-9808082292, Tamil-9808500642, Malayalam-9808500644.
The Consulate of India in Kathmandu is checking the circumstance along Nepalganj-Simikot-Hilsa course of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra