SRINAGAR: The experts yesterday cleared 326 Amarnath pioneers, who were stranded at Panjtarni because of overwhelming precipitation, to the Baltal base camp. "On the headings of Governor N Vohra, director Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board, to Shri Umang Narula, Chief Executive Officer of the Shrine Board, departure and protect tasks were propelled to clear the stranded yatris," an official representative said.
He said the for all intents and purposes relentless precipitation in the course of recent days has unfavorably influenced the track conditions, especially on the Baltal-Sangam-Holy Cave course. Other than avalanches at a few places, the greatest disturbance has been caused by shooting stones and the sinking of the track at specific areas, the representative said.
"As coordinated by the senator, debilitated pioneers and additionally the matured and ladies yatris were among the first to be carried when three Indian Air Force MI-17 helicopters began working forays from Panjtarni to Baltal," he included. The senator, joined by B Vyas, Advisor to Governor, and Umang Narula, Chief Executive Officer, went to the Baltal, Panjtarni and Nunwan (Pahalgam) Yatra Camps for a direct evaluation of the ground circumstance.
Afterward, Mr Vohra met a crisis meeting and issued a large number of headings concerning the Amarnath Yatra. divisional chief was coordinated to keep a nearby contact with the BSNL to guarantee early rebuilding; illustrative of the Hindustan Petroleum Aviation was coordinated to give refueling offices to the IAF choppers carrying stranded travelers from Panjtarni; executive J&K Bank was coordinated to introduce small scale ATMs at Panjtarni and make accessible money to the stranded yatris early tomorrow morning.
The advancement official streets and structures Srinagar and boss specialist BRO were coordinated to start prompt measures to give security from moving stones at the influenced track divides between Rail Pathri and Brarimarg by pooling assets.
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