in the .65 it says the controller shall issue alternate instructions with a contact approach if the weather conditions are such that a contact approach may be impractical...
The pilot is 4000 feet below MVA with mountains ahead and to the left. To the right there are high antenna towers. Every thing is within 3 miles. The pilot just lost contact with the ground. He is below your radar coverage.
What alternate instructions do you issue where you can assure a safe assent?
A: The published missed approach for the GPS approach.
B: Nothing because you'll be responsible.
C: Ask for relief.
D: Now you know why the old timers say; "We don't do those here."