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Wednesday, 22 July 2020

Amarnath Yatra will not be held this year due to Corona effect / Corona epidemic, so far more than half have melted Baba Barfani

Srinagar. Amarnath Yatra won't be held this year. a crucial meeting between the Shrine Board, the local administration, the CRPF-police, and therefore the elected official on Tuesday decided to cancel the trip. On July 5, an elected official of Jammu and Kashmir GC Murmu made his first visit to the holy cave. He said it had been difficult to travel within the conditions thanks to the corona.

Before deleting Article 370 on August 5 last year, the govt had stopped the Amarnath pilgrimage citing security reasons. On August 3, 2019, the govt ordered the return of tourists from Kashmir, including Amarnath tourists. By then, quite three lakh devotees had visited Amarnath.

Morning-evening Aarti is going to be telecast live
Officials said Lt. Governor G. C. The Shrine Board won't hold a pilgrimage under the chairmanship of Murmu but consistent with the tradition of the years, all the poojas are going to be performed within the holy cave with rituals. Chad Mubarak is going to be released on August 3 under the leadership of Mahant Dipendra Giri of Dasnami akhada. Devotees also will be ready to have a virtual darshan of the Shivling of ice. The Amarnath Yatra was scheduled to start out on Midsummer Eve this year but was postponed thanks to a lockdown. The yatra was later scheduled to start out from July 21 but the transition to Corona in Jammu and Kashmir has accelerated within a previous couple of days.

Last year too, the Amarnath Yatra was halted midway after Article 370 was faraway from Jammu and Kashmir. Registration for the Amarnath Yatra starts from the primary week of April per annum, which couldn't start this year thanks to Corona.

Devotees didn't arrive, there was heavy snowfall, but quite half the Shivling melted
In the midst of all this, Baba Barfani's Shivling has quite half melted. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh visited Amarnath on July 18. Most of Baba Barfani's Shivling is dissolved in it.

If the Yatra is planned, the Rakshabandhan will last till August 3 and this is often not the primary time that the Shivling has melted before the Rakshabandhan. The cause, however, was said to be a crowd of devotees. At this point, there's no crowd of devotees and there have been tons of snowfall, yet the Shivling has melted quickly.

The Amarnath Yatra was scheduled to start out from Midsummer Eve this year. But thanks to a lockdown within the Corona epidemic, it had been decided to start out from July 21. But the choice has been taken within a previous couple of days because the number of transition cases in Jammu and Kashmir has also increased. All the required preparations for the pilgrims were completed before the choice was taken. there have been also anchors on the way.

In India, 11 lakh 70 thousand 636 cases of Korona epidemic are reported and 28 thousand 329 people have died. In Jammu and Kashmir, 14,650 cases are reported and 254 people have died. Currently, there are 6122 active cases.

Earlier, a petition was filed within the Supreme Court seeking a stay of the visit. the appliance was made to the Amarnath Barfani Anchor Association. during which it had been said that quite 1 million devotees come to Amarnath Yatra per annum. Such an outsized influx of individuals would increase the danger of coronary heart condition. The pilgrimage is managed by Shri Amarnath Shrine Board. The board starts preparations for this yatra, which is held per annum in June-July, from January. annually the governor performs the primary puja before the yatra begins.

Difficulty breathing between the difficult passage and low oxygen
The doctor believes that the road to Amarnath is difficult to climb, which may make it difficult for healthy people to breathe. In these circumstances, the danger is going to be much higher if the infection of the corona reaches this area. Oxygen is low at high altitudes. If there's a corona patient, there could also be a medical crisis.

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