‘Darshan’ for Amarnath Yatra pilgrims is our priority : Home Minister Amit Shah

New Delhi [India]: It is the priority of PM Narendra Modi-led Central federal government that pilgrims coming for the Amarnath Yatra should have very easy ‘darshan’ and also should not face any type of problems, Union House Minister Amit Shah stated on Tuesday.

Shah’s comments came while he was assessing preparations for Amarnath Yatra at a top-level meeting in the capital. Home Minister held two back-to-back marathon meetings concerning safety and crucial facilities for pilgroms.. ” Amit Shah claimed that it is the concern of the Modi government that pilgrims coming for the Amarnath Yatra need to have very easy Darshan as well as they need to not encounter any type of problem,” a declaration provided by the MHA points out.  Guidelines have actually been given to make adequate setups for all necessary facilities consisting of activity, lodging, electricity, water, interaction and also health of Amarnath pilgrims, it further states.

Security is a major concern for amarnath yatra

” This is the very first yatra after the COVID-19 pandemic as well as a result of the high elevation, adequate setups will certainly need to be made for pilgrims who have any type of health-related problems,” states the statement.
Amarnath Yatra is a yearly expedition to the 3,880 metre-high cave temple of Lord Shiva in Jammu and Kashmir, located in the upper reaches of the Himalayas.

While online enrollment has currently begun, the trip is scheduled to be held for 43 days in between June 30 and August 11.

Preparations are going on to make this yatra safe and comfortable

National Security Expert Ajit Doval, Principal Indian Military Lieutenant General Manoj Chandrashekhar Pande, Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla, Jammu and also Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Knowledge Bureau Principal Arvind Kumar participated in the meetings. Central Book Police Force (CRPF) Supervisor General Kuldiep Singh, Jammu and also Kashmir Principal Assistant Arun Kumar Mehta, Supervisor General of Authorities Jammu and also Kashmir Dilbag Singh, Director General of Border Roads Organisation (BRO) Lt Gen Rajeev Chaudhary likewise went to the meeting in addition to various other police officers from BSF, Indo-Tibetan Border Cops (ITBP) and also MHA.

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