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Chardham Yatra 2022: Over 200 deaths This Year Due To Heart Attacks – Could This Be The Result Of COVID Shots?

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Published on: July 2, 2022

Chardham Yatra is a pilgrimage for many to the “Holy Himalayas.” However, this year has seen over 200 deaths of devotees, and they have been by… you guessed it, heart attacks.

National Herald India reports:

Despite a health advisory being issued for the Chardham, situated in the upper Garhwal Himalayan region, 203 pilgrims have died so far due to harsh weather and health-related issues, according to official data.

The Chardham Yatra began on May 3 on the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya. Most of the devotees died due to heart attack.

The harsh mountainous weather also exacerbated the health condition of many people, especially the elderly pilgrims, who were provided with all kinds of medical aid, including air ambulances.

According to official figures, till June 26, 203 pilgrims who were on Chardham Yatra had lost their lives.

Of these, 97 people, the maximum, died in Kedarnath. Fifty-one people died in Badrinath, 42 in Yamunotri, and 13 in Gangotri.

Asked about the high number of deaths, state health minister Dhan Singh Rawat said that his department is constantly monitoring the situation and conducting health check-up of devotees.

He said that health guidelines are being disseminated through all media, including social media, so that devotees follow them and their journey remains smooth.

Deaths during the arduous Chardham Yatra are nothing new, but this time the figures are relatively higher.

To keep this in perspective, in 2019, just 90 people succumbed to health conditions that were brought on by harsh weather compared to 102 in 2018 and 112 in 2017.

Yet, this is due to heart attack in 2022.  Isn’t that interesting given the amount of heart problems brought on people following the COVID shots?  I think it is highly suspicious.

The weather has been pretty bad this year as well.

India Today reports:

Badrinath Highway has been closed for vehicular movement for the past two days due to incessant rainfall after the onset of the monsoon in parts of the country, including Uttarakhand. The traffic has been disrupted due to landslides in Sirobagad, 15 km from Rudraprayag district headquarter, causing severe inconvenience to the pilgrims.

The PWD department also deployed JCB machines to clear the debris from the Sirobagad road.


Incessant rainfall continued in Rudraprayag, affecting Kedarnath Dham Yatra. Due to rain and landslides, the number of pilgrims visiting Kedarnath Dham has come down drastically from 10,000 to 3 to 4,000.

On Thursday, at 10 AM, the journey to Kedarnath Dham was stopped due to rain while the passengers were moved to safe places. At present, traffic is being diverted so that the pilgrims could reach their destination.

The Yatra is said to be resumed as and when the weather clears.

Yet, I found no reports of deaths due to that, only the above report counting 203 deaths due to heart attack and a report counting 205.

According to the website, “The Himalayas – the world’s most majestic & loftiest mountain chain, is the global heritage of all mankind. The sublime quality of this “Adobe of Snows’ has, since time immemorial, inspired the sages & saints of India and has attracted tourists & pilgrims from world over to its awesome beauty & calm serenity.”

I’m guessing Pfizer and their Big Pharma hustlers have struck again and even the Indian media aren’t telling the people the truth.

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