Guv discusses yatra preparations
Srinagar, May 12: Governor N N Vohra and Chairman of the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board, on Saturday discussed various issues relating to the improvement of different roads and preparedness for clearance of different tracks for ensuring smooth movement of Amarnath Yatris, an official spokesman said.
The Governor reviewed the status of implementation of the recommendations made by the High Level Committee (HLC) which was set up in October 2011 on the directions of the Governor and the Chief Minister after last year’s Yatra, particularly those relating to the opening and clearing of tracks along both the routes to the Holy Cave Shrine.
The Governor, according to the spokesman, also discussed matters related to the expected pace of snowmelt, problems relating to snow clearance in the crucial segments of the Yatra area and the status of the preparatory arrangements for ensuring the smooth and orderly movement of the pilgrims to the Nunwan and Baltal Base Camps and, thereafter, to the tracks leading to the Cave Shrine.
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