36 pilgrims proceed to Amarnath
Jammu, July 30: Three days before the conclusion of the annual Amarnath yatra, the smallest batch till now comprising of only 36 pilgrims left for the 3,888 metre high cave shrine on Monday.
With a mobile security escort of CRPF, the pilgrims comprising 26 men, six women and four children left in two vehicles from Bhagwati Nagar base camp in Jammu, a police official said.
The convoy of the yatra has already crossed Ramban on the Jammu-Srinagar highway towards base camps of Pahalgam in the Kashmir Valley.
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