Friday, August 19, 2022

Amarnath Yatra will begin again tomorrow: The Panchtarni path will be used to see Baba Barfani; four days earlier, the yatra was halted owing to a cloudburst.

The Amarnath Yatra has been going since Monday. Following a cloudburst occurrence last Friday near the Amarnath cave, the yatra was partially suspended. Following the prohibition, the first group of pilgrims departed from the Jammu base camp for Amarnath at 5 am. The Jammu administration claims that this time, pilgrims are being transported to Amarnath via the Panchtarni route. Devotees will be able to see Baba Barfani in the sacred cave via this path.

During the Yatra, members of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) will assist the pilgrims in moving forward safely. According to CRPF DG Kuldeep Singh, we are currently taking all preventative measures to see if all the missing people have been located or not. Beyond the base camps in Pahalgam and Baltal, no travelers are permitted.

Despite Friday’s flood of people near the sacred cave, there is still plenty of enthusiasm among pilgrims traveling on the Amarnath Yatra despite the catastrophe. We have come with a pledge from our home that we will not return without witnessing Bholenath, a devotee said on the yatra. Our intention was to see Baba when this accident occurred. We are delighted that the administration has begun the road as of right now.

 

A group of pilgrims from the Jammu base camp had already traveled to Baltal and Pahalgam base camps in Kashmir on the night of the accident. The procession included 279 Jammu-based pilgrim vehicles. Locals, however, referred to it as poor administrative management.

Despite the suspension of the yatra, the pilgrims continued on to Baltal and Pahalgam because, in response to the locals’ complaints, the administration claimed that the number of pilgrims had increased at the Bhagwatipur base camp in Jammu.

Rescue efforts are still ongoing.

In Amarnath, a cloudburst has claimed the lives of 16 people. On Saturday morning, the soldiers picked up the search and rescue effort. There have been 35 airlifted injured. The mountain rescue squad is still seeking 45 missing people. The army’s rescue effort continued all night. Throughout this time, no bodies were discovered.

At approximately 5.30 pm on Friday night, there was a cloudburst within one or two kilometers of the revered cave. There were 10 to 15 thousand devotees present close to the cave at the moment the cloud burst. Also among those killed in this tragedy were three women. According to ITBP, 15,000 people have been transported to Panchtarni, which is close to the sacred cave, securely.

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Due to the cloudburst, the powerful stream from the mountains washed away roughly 25 tents and two to three langars that were set up for the devotees. Rain caused the entire area to flood quickly, having an impact on a large number of individuals. Many pilgrims are missing, and it is suspected that the strong current has carried them away.

Helplines were made public by the Amarnath Shrine Board, J&K Police, and NDRF.

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Amarnath Yatra will begin again tomorrow: The Panchtarni path will be used to see Baba Barfani; four days earlier, the yatra was halted owing to a cloudburst.

The Amarnath Yatra has been going since Monday. Following a cloudburst occurrence last Friday near the Amarnath cave, the yatra was partially suspended. Following the prohibition, the first group of pilgrims departed from the Jammu base camp for Amarnath at 5 am. The Jammu administration claims that this time, pilgrims are being transported to Amarnath via the Panchtarni route. Devotees will be able to see Baba Barfani in the sacred cave via this path.

During the Yatra, members of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) will assist the pilgrims in moving forward safely. According to CRPF DG Kuldeep Singh, we are currently taking all preventative measures to see if all the missing people have been located or not. Beyond the base camps in Pahalgam and Baltal, no travelers are permitted.

Despite Friday’s flood of people near the sacred cave, there is still plenty of enthusiasm among pilgrims traveling on the Amarnath Yatra despite the catastrophe. We have come with a pledge from our home that we will not return without witnessing Bholenath, a devotee said on the yatra. Our intention was to see Baba when this accident occurred. We are delighted that the administration has begun the road as of right now.

 

A group of pilgrims from the Jammu base camp had already traveled to Baltal and Pahalgam base camps in Kashmir on the night of the accident. The procession included 279 Jammu-based pilgrim vehicles. Locals, however, referred to it as poor administrative management.

Despite the suspension of the yatra, the pilgrims continued on to Baltal and Pahalgam because, in response to the locals’ complaints, the administration claimed that the number of pilgrims had increased at the Bhagwatipur base camp in Jammu.

Rescue efforts are still ongoing.

In Amarnath, a cloudburst has claimed the lives of 16 people. On Saturday morning, the soldiers picked up the search and rescue effort. There have been 35 airlifted injured. The mountain rescue squad is still seeking 45 missing people. The army’s rescue effort continued all night. Throughout this time, no bodies were discovered.

At approximately 5.30 pm on Friday night, there was a cloudburst within one or two kilometers of the revered cave. There were 10 to 15 thousand devotees present close to the cave at the moment the cloud burst. Also among those killed in this tragedy were three women. According to ITBP, 15,000 people have been transported to Panchtarni, which is close to the sacred cave, securely.

Read More: Sawan 2022: Sawan will soon begin; avoid making these errors in this month to avoid a significant loss!

Due to the cloudburst, the powerful stream from the mountains washed away roughly 25 tents and two to three langars that were set up for the devotees. Rain caused the entire area to flood quickly, having an impact on a large number of individuals. Many pilgrims are missing, and it is suspected that the strong current has carried them away.

Helplines were made public by the Amarnath Shrine Board, J&K Police, and NDRF.

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