Man Found Frozen to Death into Kullu as Himachal Pradesh Resumes to Battle Cold Wave

Man Found Frozen to Death into Kullu as Himachal Pradesh Resumes to Battle Cold Wave

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Himachal Pradesh’s capital Shimla got its first snowfall of 2021 on Thursday and regions. For example, Kufri, Keylong, Kalpa and a few other high reaches of the state were covered in ice as snowfall proceeded for at some point. Even as the climate arrived at freezing conditions in a few places, a 60-year-elderly person was discovered stuck to death in Kullu area on Friday.

The one who went out on February 3 disappeared. His body was subsequently found by his relatives two days after the fact, covered in the day off, office ANI revealed.

Police took the body for a posthumous. It was subsequently given over to his family for incineration, and ANI cited police as saying.

Himachal Pradesh: An elderly man, aged 60 was found frozen to death in Kullu district. He left his house on Feb 3 did not return. His family members went searching & found him frozen & dead, on Feb 5Police took custody of the body. It’ll be returned to family after post mortem pic.twitter.com/vIamxGJv4j

— ANI (@ANI) February 6, 2021

The state got 50 cm of snowfall on Thursday, which is the second most elevated snowfall in a day got in the form over the most recent 30 years, as per news office PTI. This is the underdog to 54.1 cm snowfall the state brought in a day on February 12, 2002, as per Shimla Met focus chief Manmohan Singh.

Himachal Pradesh’s base temperature diminished by one to two degrees Celsius among Friday and Saturday, the met office information said.

Pictures and recordings of snowfall have been shared worldwide, and even vacationers visited Solang valley after a new spell of snowfall this week.

The Met office had likewise anticipating snowfall in mid and high slopes. It gave yellow climate cautioning signals for a tempest in the state prior.


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