Police expel 6 foreigners from collapse Rishikesh, isolation will occur in Dharamshala

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Rishikesh: Police have despatched 6 foreigners hiding in a cave throughout the river Ganges in the direction of the well-known Neelkanth temple in Laxmanjhula space close to Rishikesh in Uttarakhand, and despatched them to a Dharamshala for isolation.

Inspector Rakendra Singh Kathait, Laxmanjhula's police station in-charge, mentioned that he was knowledgeable by the informer that some individuals had been hiding in a cave on Nilkanth, a kilometer from Dobata, a spot close to Nilkanth bypass on 18 April.

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                 He was instantly dropped at Laxman Jhula Hospital the place his well being was checked. Two foreigners are a girl and a person from Ukraine who got here to India on 7 December. Another international lady is from Turkey who got here to India on 19 February. Of these, one particular person is from America whereas one is from France and one other is from Nepal.

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Kathait advised that these foreigners had been earlier staying in Muni ki Reti space by renting a room in a lodge and after they ran out of cash, all of them got here to the cave throughout the Ganges and stayed.

The police have sanitized all of them on the Lakshmi Narayan Mandir Dharamshala of Swargashram Trust and despatched them for isolation.

(Input – PTI)

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