Kashmir unrest: Tata Pani has no visitors this year

Operators of passenger vehicles plying their vehicles on Ramban Sangaldan route, hotel and dhaba owners are feeling heat of Kashmir unrest as no tourists have come to take bath at Tata Pani Sangaldan this year.

Operators of passenger vehicles plying their vehicles on Ramban Sangaldan route, hotel and dhaba owners are feeling heat of Kashmir unrest as no tourists  have come to take bath at Tata Pani Sangaldan this year.

"We used earn good revenue during two months as there used to be a huge rush of Sangaldan bound patients from Kashmir for curing their ailments," locals said.

They said, "This year we have not received a single tourist from Kashmir due to unrest in Kashmir," they added.

Tata Pani is a hot water spring located at Sangaldan in Ramban district  and is deemed by Kashmir based people best cure skin and bone diseases. People from various areas of Kashmir especially from Kulgam and Anantnag districts were coming for having bath in the spring for curing the diseases in July and August months.

Lack of transport facility, curfew and restrictions seem to have prevented the people from visiting Tata Pani this year.

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