The pilgrims were on their way to Alandi, a temple town located approximately 25 kms from Pune city, when the incident took place around 6 am in Maval tehsil.
Of the two pilgrim paths to Tirumala, Srivari Mettu route was badly damaged due to heavy rains.
Pakistan has given visas to 855 Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit Gurdwara Nankana Sahib on Guru Nanak Dev's birth anniversary but has denied the permission to 191 others.
The visas were issued to facilitate the visit of the pilgrims to Pakistan to offer prayers at various gurdwaras including Gurdwara Nankana Sahib and Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib from November 17-26.
During their fight, he allegedly snatched the infant from her mother’s hands and took her outside and smashed her against the road, leading to her death.
The selection process of Hajj pilgrims will be done as per coronavirus protocols and norms to be decided by Indian and Saudi Arabian governments, Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said.
Following Patel's instructions, the State Emergency Operations Centre (SEOC) issued a helpline number - 07923251900 - to collect and share information about the stranded pilgrims.
PThe participants were also briefed about provisions relating to prevention of spread of Covid-19.
The minister and the MP also praised the collector and other officials for establishing the new ICU complex in a short period.
The accident occurred near the Shri Balaji temple on the Bikaner-Jodhpur Highway, they said, adding eight women and two minors were among those killed.
However, now fully vaccinated persons with certificates will be allowed to enter Pakistan provided they show real-time RT-PCR test reports which should not be more than 72 hours old.
It may be noted the Centre has directed the State government to establish oxygen plants in all GGHs of the State.
From August 16 to 20, residents of Puri town would be allowed to have darshan of the deities.
Vadamalapeta police, who rushed to the spot on being alerted, shifted the injured to SVR Ruia Government Hospital.
Several tribals and citizens have now come forward demanding that the government immediately call back those doctors sent to various hospitals on deputation.