Governor visits Pantha Chowk Yatra transit camp, reviews arrangements


Governor Satya Pal Malik, Chairman Amarnath Shrine Board, on Sunday visited the transit camp at Pantha Chowk to review the facilities made available for the yatra pilgrims.

Governor interacting with Yatris at Pantha Chowk transit camp

Governor was accompanied by Dilbagh Singh, Director General of Police, Umang Narula, Chief Executive Officer, Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB), Baseer Khan, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Muneer Ahmad Khan, ADGP Law and Order, S P Pani, Inspector General of Police (IGP), Kashmir and Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary,  Deputy Commissioner Srinagar.

During his visit, Governor inspected the Medicare arrangements, lodging, langar, power and water supply, sanitation, transportation, 24×7 control room, traffic plan, security and other essential facilities available for pilgrims in the Transit Camp.

Governor emphasized on maintaining coordination among all the departments and agencies concerned for the smooth conduct of the annual yatra and ensuring that the Yatris are provided with the best possible facilities. He directed all officers to ensure that every pilgrim is provided with the required guidance and assistance for completing his Yatra without facing any inconvenience.

Governor interacted with pilgrims and inquired about the amenities being provided by the administration. Yatris expressed complete satisfaction over the arrangements made by the State Administration for their comfortable stay at the transit camp.

Governor also interacted with the media persons and reiterated that the annual pilgrimage is conducted with the support of the local people of Kashmir and praised their role in ensuring the smooth conduct of the Yatra.

Governor observed that the State Government is committed to provide quality, round the clock and hassle-free facilities to the yatris for the successful conduct of Amarnath Yatra.


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