Amarnath Yatra: Preparation to start in mid-May, online registration after Governor's seal -
Amarnath Yatra: Preparation to start in mid-May, online registration after Governor's seal
Posted 10 May 2019 12:55 PM

After the appointment of Shri Amarnath Shrine Board President and Governor Satyapal Malik, the passengers are preparing to start the online passenger registration facility soon. It will be started by mid-end or end of May. It is expected to convene a board meeting soon. At present the number of passengers has not been determined for online registration. After the commencement of this service, passengers from any part of the country can get registered only after sitting at home. About 55 thousand passengers have registered in the existing advance registration. Travel preparations have begun.
After the year 2013, the online passenger registration facility was closed for various reasons. Which is being prepared to relieve the passengers by restarting. According to Board officials, a proposal for online passenger registration has been made, which will be placed in the meeting of the Board soon.

During this online registration, the Compulsory Health Certificate will be uploaded on the website of Shri Amarnath Shrine Board with necessary information. After that, a real compulsory health certificate will be examined at Baltal / Dumel and Nunnwan / Pahalgam / Chandanbari base camps during the journey. Various tenders are being made on behalf of the Board for arranging travel arrangements. Starting from July 1 this year, the Amarnath Yatra is going on for 46 days.

Devotees visiting Vaishno Devi will now get free anchor facility on the travel route. Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board started this facility on Tararakot Road, built between Katra and Kadha, on Virarwar. This facility will be available for free throughout the year.

Launching the anchor, Shrine Board CEO Simarandeep Singh, Additional CEO Vivek Verma, along with other employees of the board, served food to some passengers from Mumbai.

The facility of seating 200 people in the Langer House was
started on the restaurant built by Shrine Board on Tarakot road, which accommodates two hundred passengers at one time. Efforts have also been made to facilitate the kitchen.
8500 people will get food in one day
Anchor will be in the eye for feeding 8500 devotees in a day. Special arrangements have been made to clean the utensils at the restaurant site. The traditional meal of the state will be given in this anchor. Donation boxes can also be provided for passengers to
cooperate in
anchored economic anchor and passenger online can also give donation.
-PM had done last year the inauguration of this route is
significant that the Tarakot route was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 19 last year.

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