Retracting its late-night determination and complying with the state’s High Court order, the Uttarakhand authorities has now postponed the Char Dham Yatra with fast impact until additional orders.
With this, the proposed Yatra which was scheduled to start from July 1 stands cancelled.
Despite the Court’s order in opposition to holding Char Dham yatra this 12 months, the state authorities had issued a recent set of COVID tips for the pilgrimage and had stated the primary section of the yatra would start from July 1, whereas the second section will start from July 11.
The state High Court on Monday had stayed the state Cabinet’s determination allowing Char Dham yatra with a restricted variety of pilgrims and had additionally ordered stay streaming of Char Dham shrines.
Earlier on June 25, the State Cabinet determined to partially open the Char Dham yatra for locals in restricted numbers from July 1. Initially, it was determined, the yatra can be opened for residents of Chamoli, Uttarkashi, and Rudraprayag districts with a cap on the variety of pilgrims to go to the temples day by day.
The 4 pilgrimage websites in Uttarakhand are Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri, and Gangotri.
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