According to official sources, all the persons, who were missing since the blast in Beawar town on Friday night, have been accounted for. However, the administration will continue with the rescue operations, involving army personnel and the national and state disaster response force personnel, till the entire rubble is removed.
The twin cylinder blast on Friday night led to the collapse of a double-storey building, Kumavat Bhavan, which was hosting a pre-wedding function for Hemant Patlecha.
While nine bodies were recovered on Saturday, 10 bodies including that of the bridegroom's mother, Ms Achuki Devi, were found on Sunday.
Seriously injured patients were earlier referred to Ajmer and now have been shifted to Jaipur.
Ajmer Collector Gaurav Goyal has directed officials to deal strictly that those found filling cylinders illegally.
Meanwhile, Mr Patlecha, displaying strength and resilience, reached Jodhpur with a few relatives to exchange wedding vows with Ritu in a brief, low-key ceremony amid the prevailing sadness.
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