Salvage tasks are right now progressing at the Tapovan burrow in Uttarakhand where at any rate 39 individuals are accepted to be caught.
Salvage groups are attempting to beat the clock to clear the 2.5 km long passage and save those caught after a glacial mass burst on Sunday setting off gigantic floods.
Salvage faculty said that more slush continues to return as they clear which is making hard for the salvage group to enter the passage.
Uttarakhand Director General of Police (DGP) Ashok Kumar said on Tuesday that it is trusted the manner in which will be cleared soonest.
The rescuers say they are likewise not certain where part of the passage the specialists are caught or on the off chance that they were together. In any event 12 laborers were protected from a more modest passage in a similar zone on Sunday night.
Reports say more than 300 work force of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police and 200 others from the military and calamity groups are engaged with the activity.