The groups will lead their quest for 10 days in various ways around the Himalayan sanctuary for the survivors of the misfortune who are as yet missing, Director General of Police (Law and Order) Ashok Kumar said.
The Uttarakhand police dispatched 10 groups to Kedarnath on Wednesday looking for the a huge number of individuals who disappeared after the staggering storm of June, 2013.
The groups will lead their quest for 10 days in various ways around the Himalayan sanctuary for the casualties of the misfortune who are as yet missing, Director General of Police (Law and Order) Ashok Kumar said.
Each group, driven by a police sub-examiner and comprising of two police constables, two SDRF work force and a drug specialist, fanned out in various bearings of Gaurikund, close to the sanctuary, from Sonprayag subsequent to taking essential directions from Rudraprayag Superintendent of Police (SP) Navneet Singh, he said.
The drug specialists will take the DNA test of any proof identified with the casualties on the detect, the DGP said. The inquiry activity is being directed on the sets of the Uttarakhand High Court.
Furnished with camping cots, tents and remote sets for trading data, the groups will look for the missing individuals with the assistance of Google map or the GPS framework, the DGP stated, including that the activity will likewise be videographed.
A few such quest tasks for the missing individuals have been led by the police over the most recent seven years, which have prompted the recuperation of certain skeletons or skeletal survives from disconnected body parts. Their DNA test results were sent to their families.
As per an official gauge, the misfortune left in excess of 4,000 individuals missing.