Devasthanam Board issued more than 42,000 e-passes for Chardham Yatra, which began on Saturday. Over 42,000 e-passes issued, 9,989 for Shri Badrinath Dham, 18,934 for Kedarnath, 4,727 for Gangotri and 4,361 for Yamunotri. Garhwal Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer of Uttarakhand Chardham Devasthanam Management Board, Ravinath Raman reported.
Today 1,645 e-passes issued for Shri Badrinath Dham, 2,160 for Shri Kedarnath, 788 for Shri Gangotri, and 598 for Mayunotri. The e-passes are being accessible now.
According to the official, 1,267 pilgrims reached all the four Dhams till today afternoon. In addition, 368 pilgrims visited Shri Badrinath Dham and 536 Shri Kedarnath Dham. While 275 in Shri Gangotri and 88 pilgrims visited Yamunotri Dham till today.
Devasthanam Board is stressing on housing, food, medical health, clean drinking water, cleanliness in the places of worship.
The Nainital High Court had relaxed the stay on Char Dham yatra.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister, Pushkar Singh Dhami has conveyed greetings on the successful launch of the Yatra.
The Uttarakhand government, in its Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the Chardham Yatra, made it compulsory for pilgrims to possess a Covid negative report.
According to the SOPs, registration and e-pass will be obligatory for darshan in the four pilgrimages.
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