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Punjab CM says four people from state untraceable after Uttarakhand glacier mishap

Amarinder Singh. Tribune file photo



Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, February 14

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said four people from the state were still missing in the flash floods that followed the recent glacier mishap in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district.

Amarinder Singh said in a tweet on Sunday that Punjab was willing to extend any help it could to help trace the missing people.  

“Four of our Punjabi workers Kewal Singh, Sukhwinder, Kulvir Singh & Sukhwinder Singh have been missing from Chamoli, Uttarakhand since the recent disaster. I seek CM @TSRawatBJP ’s intervention in tracing them. We in Punjab are ready to help Uttarakhand in every way,” the tweet said.  


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