It is noteworthy that the High Court had lifted the ban on the Chardham Yatra last month. But….
Chardham Yatra Rule Latest: The Uttarakhand government has moved the High Court to remove the daily limit of pilgrims fixed for the Chardham Yatra. It is noteworthy that the High Court had lifted the ban on the Chardham Yatra last month. But in view of the Kovid-19 epidemic, the maximum daily limit of devotees to visit these temples was fixed.Also Read – Uttarakhand: The doors of the famous Sikh pilgrimage Hemkund Sahib will be closed on October 10
The state government, in an amendment application filed on Friday before a bench of Justice RC Khulbe and Justice Alok Kumar, said that if the number of daily pilgrims cannot be removed, then the number of devotees will be increased to 3000 devotees daily for Badrinath and Kedranath temples and Gangotri and Yamunotri. for 1000 and 700 devotees respectively. At present, in a day a maximum of one thousand devotees can visit the Bradinath temple, 800 devotees in Kedarnath temple, 600 devotees in Gangotri and 400 in Yamunotri. Also Read – Dozens of Chinese Army soldiers had entered Uttarakhand last month, shocking information came to the fore
The state government, in its application, said that limiting the number of devotees visiting daily is affecting the income of people doing business related to Chardham as the yatra, which has already started late, will continue only till mid-November. However, the court directed that the matter be mentioned before a regular bench of the Chief Justice on Monday. Also Read – Chardham Yatra 2021: Many devotees coming to Chardham are forced to return without darshan, not getting permission to go near temples