Tight arrangements have been made for the security of Amarnath Yatra starting from June 28
Jammu is the first stop of the yatra, in such a situation, about 50 thousand security personnel have been deployed in Jammu for the security of Amarnath Yatra
There is a constant threat of attack by Islamic terrorists on the Amarnath Yatra in Jammu and Kashmir, yet no terrorist organization has the courage to stop this great festival. This Amarnath Yatra is going on for several thousand years.
The preparations for the Amarnath Yatra, which is going to start on June 28 in Jammu and Kashmir, have been almost completed by the government. Especially strict arrangements have been made regarding security. Jammu is the first stop of the yatra, in such a situation, about 50 thousand security personnel have been deployed in Jammu for the security of Amarnath Yatra, in which paramilitary forces and army personnel are deployed in addition to Jammu and Kashmir Police.
At the same time, 32 Aadhaar camps have been set up in different areas of Jammu for the devotees of Baba coming from all over the country, out of which arrangements have been made for on-spot registration at five centers. The main stoppage of the yatra is the base camp at Bhagwati Nagar in Jammu, from where the first batch of innocent devotees will be dispatched for the Amarnath Yatra on June 28 at 4 am. Different batches of the yatra will leave by 6.30 am. For this, all the security arrangements are being finalized.
The soldiers have been deployed for the Yatra from Lakhanpur to the holy cave. For the first time, all the camps of the Yatra will be monitored by drones. At the same time, the base camp of Bhagwati Nagar has been sealed.
Elaborate security arrangements have also been made in Bhagwati Nagar the largest base camp for Amarnath Yatra. This is the first time that in view of the dangers of drones, the entry drone system is being used in the base camp at Bhagwati Nagar.
Along with this, sharpshooters have also been deployed at sensitive places to monitor drones and deal with the threat of drones when the time comes. In view of the security of the base camp, Sniffer Dogs are also being used continuously by the security forces. The entry of any person coming from outside without a pass has been banned in the Bhagwati Nagar base camp.
This is the first time that all the pilgrims arriving in Jammu will be given an RFID tag along with the registration slip so that every devotee who has arrived for the Amarnath Yatra can be tracked. Along with this, RFID tags have also been made mandatory in all trains going to the Amarnath Yatra convoy.
LG Manoj Sinha also held a meeting
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has recently held a meeting regarding security arrangements and other preparations. Let us inform you that this time the Shrine Board has expressed the hope of reaching more than 7 lakh devotees. At the same time, a total of 3.5 lakh devotees had reached in 2019.
Ban on these food items in langars
Amarnath Yatra is starting after two years due to the Corona epidemic. In such a situation, some food items have been banned in the langars during the journey. Under this, things like fried food, junk food, sweet dish, chips, and samosas will not be available.
Dozens of such things have been banned. The Shrine Board has written a letter to all the langar committees that only nutritious items like green vegetables, salad, maize roti, plain dal, low-fat milk, and curd should be given to the pilgrims.