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Lt Governor visits Baltal Base Camp, reviews arrangements for Amarnath Yatra

Lt Governor visits Baltal Base Camp, reviews arrangements for Amarnath Yatra
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BALTAL, JULY 02: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha visited Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra Base camp at Baltal, today and reviewed the arrangements made for the sacred pilgrimage.

At the base camp, the Lt Governor interacted with the officers of Civil Administration, J&K Police, Central Armed Police Forces and all other stakeholders involved in ensuring best of arrangements for devotees.

“Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra holds great relevance in our tradition and it is a symbol of peace, harmony and inclusive growth. I could feel the ecstatic joy of pilgrims at Baltal, who were getting ready for Shri Amarnath Ji pilgrimage,” the Lt Governor said after interacting with the devotees.

He said, “the congregation of seekers and keepers of divine wisdom from across the country are here to celebrate one of the oldest spiritual traditions of India.”

“Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra is as much about sharing new ideas, reforms in different states as it is about search for the supreme truth and spiritual strength. Each step towards the holy cave is eternal contentment, human bonding and source of inspiration for the entire society,” the Lt Governor added.

Yatra also reflects Unity in Diversity in this enchanted land and people from different faith, sects contribute to make it a smooth and enjoyable journey for the seekers. It sows the seed of bliss and creates the path for inner transformation, promotion of cultural ethos, the Lt Governor observed.

During his visit, the Lt Governor took stock of amenities including healthcare, sanitation, communication, lodging and langar facilities and the day-wise status of the Yatris arriving at the Base Camp.

The Lt Governor directed the officials to deploy adequate men, machinery and measures of road safety from Sonamarg to Baltal route.

The Lt Governor also reviewed the operations of DRDO Hospital and the Joint Police Control Room established at Baltal.

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