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Chardham Yatra 2021: Pilgrims forced to return without darshan, now the government will go to the High Court to increase the number

Chardham Yatra 2021: Till now the maximum number of passengers (per day) is fixed at one thousand in Badrinath, 800 in Kedarnath, 600 in Gangotri and 400 in Yamunotri Dham. E-passes are being issued for darshan on the basis of the number fixed by the Devasthanam Board.

The government will again go to the High Court to increase the number of pilgrims fixed daily in the Chardham Yatra. By filing a petition, the government will urge the court to increase the number of pilgrims. Due to the limited number fixed in Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri, Yamunotri Dham, many pilgrims have to return without seeing.

On behalf of the pilgrimage priests of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri, there was a demand to do away with the mandatory registration of local people for Chardham Yatra. In order to follow the Kovid protocol, the government had fixed the number of pilgrims to the four Dhams on a daily basis on the directions of the court. The maximum number of passengers (per day) is fixed at one thousand in Badrinath, 800 in Kedarnath, 600 in Gangotri and 400 in Yamunotri Dham. E-passes are being issued for darshan on the basis of the number fixed by the Devasthanam Board.

News Source By: Amar Ujala

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