In the Pune district, a trekker perishes after falling from the Tail Baila cliff.

The incident occurred when the deceased, a skilled trekker, was climbing for other trekkers in the group . The cliff is known for its almost vertical rock face, which is difficult to reach .

On Sunday morning, a trekker fell from the Tail Baila cliff in Mulshi taluka of Pune district.The incident occurred when the deceased, a skilled trekker, was climbing for other trekkers in the group, according to police.The cliff is known for its almost vertical rock face, which is difficult to reach.Somnath Baliram Shinde, 25, has been named.

The group began climbing around 5.30 a.m. on Sunday morning, according to Manoj Yadav, who was in charge of Paud police station.Around 9.30 am, when Shinde was installing the trekking rope for other group members, the rope snapped and Shinde fell down 200 feet into the gorge, sustaining fatal injuries.Shinde's body was discovered and taken to a nearby village by Shivdurga Mitra members, who were reportedly a skilled climber who had taken many treks in the Sahyadris and other ranges.We've launched a probe into the sequence of events that led to the accident.

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