Amarnath Yatra: 167937 paid obeisance at Holy Cave

Srinagar

In view of the forecast predicting light to moderate rain / thundershowers in the Yatra area, Governor NN Vohra, Chairman of the Amarnath Shrine Board, discussed with Umang Narula, CEO of the Shrine Board, the difficulties on the tracks which may arise because of the inclement weather in the movement of the Yatris from Domel and Chandanwari on the Baltal and Pahalgam routes and at the enroute Yatra Camps of Sheshnag and Panjtarni. He directed CEO to ensure that he issues immediate necessary instructions to all the Camp Directors to closely monitor weather conditions. CEO was also asked to take timely decisions, in consultation with the India Meteorological Department, and stop movement of Yatris when track conditions are unsafe.

Today on the 14th day of the Yatra, 10,319 Yatris paid obeisance at the Holy Cave and, cumulatively, since the beginning of the pilgrimage, 1,67,937 Yatris have had the darshan at the Holy Cave.

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