Fresh batch of 2,203 pilgrims leave for Amarnath yatra

Amarnath Yatra
Ninth batch of 2,966 pilgrims leave Jammu for Amarnath Yatra

According to the information given by the officials, a fresh batch of 2,203 pilgrims left for Jammu to complete the Amarnath yatra.

“Due to landslides and shooting stones, the trek from Baltal to the cave shrine is unsafe for the yatris,” an official said.

“It has been decided that no yatri will be allowed to move on this trek till the conditions are reviewed,” he added.

The pilgrims on Saturday left the Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas in an escorted convoy of 51 vehicles for Kashmir Valley.

Pilgrims using helicopter services only will be allowed to perform the yatra from Baltal side for the time being.

Arrangements have been made for free transport of yatris from Baltal to Pahalgam so that they perform the Yatra using the Pahalgam-cave shrine trek, authorities said.

Five persons including four pilgrims and a helper were killed by a landslide on July 3 in Brarimarg-Railpathri area of Baltal-Cave shrine trek.

Since then, no pilgrim has been allowed to use this trek for the yatra.

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According to the information given by the officials, a fresh batch of 2,203 pilgrims left for Jammu to complete the Amarnath yatra. "Due to landslides and shooting stones, the trek from Baltal to the cave shrine is unsafe for the…