Jal samadhi was given to Everest winner Savita, who died in the the Draupadi Danda-2 avalanche

Everyone is shocked by the news of the death of 24-year-old Everest winner Savita Kanswal, who earned a name in the field of mountaineering in a very short time

Jal samadhi was given to Everest winner Savita, who died in the the Draupadi  Danda-2 avalanche

Everyone is shocked by the news of the death of 24-year-old Everest winner Savita Kanswal, who earned a name in the field of mountaineering in a very short time. Savita is the youngest of four sisters in the family. She always gets the biggest support from his parents. At the same time, when Savita's body reached the district hospital on Friday, everyone's eyes were moist. On the other hand, Savita's old parents were lying unconscious. Savita was fondly called Subbi by her aunt Shakuntala. 

On Friday, when Savita's body was brought to the mortuary of the district hospital, her aunt shouted while calling her Subbi. Savita's elder sister Manorama consoled her aunt Shakuntala. Her body was taken to her village Launthru, where she was given a Jal Samadhi with the consent of her relatives.

Savita Kanswal of Lonthru village of Block Bhatwadi, age 28, Draupadi died in a Danda-2 avalanche accident. She attended Nim's Advanced Mountaineering Course as an instructor. When the time came to pay the last salute to the dead, Shakuntala insisted on showing the face of Savita locked in the coffin, but seeing her scream, the family did not give her the last glimpse of Savita. 

On Friday, three days after the accident, when the bodies of three others including Savita were brought to the district hospital's mortuary, Savita's aunt, Shakuntala, who was near the mortuary, was called 'A Meri Subbi, A Meri Subbi' as soon as she heard the news of her niece's body arrives. 

Rajesh Semwal, a villager of Savita's village, told that with the consent of Savita's father, Savita was cremated by giving water to the ancestral ghat of the village on the banks of Bhagirathi. In the meeting, MLA Suresh Chauhan, District Magistrate Abhishek Ruhela, SP Arpan Yaduvanshi, former MLA Vijaypal Sajwan, State General Secretary of the main organization Pratap Rawat, Pratap Bisht Sangharsh, former chief Chandan Panwar, Madhav Bhatt, Amod Panwar Dharamveer Panwar, etc. were present. Funeral.

Everyone's eyes became moist as soon as the bodies of mountaineer trainees and trainers reached the district hospital premises. The family members kept comforting each other while weeping but could not stop their tears. The atmosphere in the district premises was so inconsolable that the attendants of the patients admitted here kept looking at these dead bodies with moist eyes, forgetting their patients.

On Friday, the bodies of two trainee climbers and two trainers reached the district hospital premises at around 12.30 pm. The relatives had reached here only in the morning on the information of the dead bodies reaching the district hospital. The bodies of trainer Savita Kanswal, Naumi Rawat, and trainee climbers Ajay Bisht and Shivam Kaithola were brought to the district hospital from Harshil in an army ambulance.

Seeing the dead body, the family cried and tried to console each other. Trainer Savita Kanswal's aunt kept calling her niece again and again. At the same time, Shivam Kaithala's brother also kept crying repeatedly by saying Shivam-Shivam. Nomi Rawat and Ajay's family members also kept moving around outside the mortuary in a state of disrepair.

After the post-mortem, the last salute was given to the four bodies by the police. Many officers including DM Abhishek Ruhela, SP Arpan Yaduvanshi, CO Anuj Kumar, CMO Dr. KS Chauhan, Inspector Janak Panwar, and LIU Inspector Brijmohan Gusain paid tribute by offering flowers to the dead bodies.