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Amarnath Yatra 2023 Heavy Rainfall In Jammu Kashmir Yatra Stopped On Second Day Ann

Amarnath Yatra 2023: It’s raining closely everywhere in the nation. As a result of heavy rains, there are flood-like situations in lots of locations. It’s raining closely in Jammu and Kashmir as nicely. In such a scenario, as a consequence of dangerous climate, the Amarnath Yatra needed to be stopped for the second consecutive day on Saturday (July 7). It’s raining closely in most elements of Kashmir. Landslides occurred at a number of locations on the 270 km lengthy Jammu-Srinagar nationwide freeway in Ramban district.

In accordance with the knowledge, no pilgrim has been allowed to go in direction of the cave on Saturday morning. SSP Ramban Mohita Sharma tweeted that the highway connecting Tunnel 3 and Tunnel 5, which bypasses the Panthaiyal tunnel. It has been washed away as a consequence of heavy rains, leading to everlasting closure of the Jammu-Srinagar Nationwide Freeway.

No permission to enter the cave
Sharma stated that no contemporary batch of pilgrims was allowed to depart for the holy cave from Bhagwati Nagar base camp in Jammu as a consequence of rain and closure of the freeway. He stated journey remained suspended for the second consecutive day on the Baltal and Pahalgam routes within the valley. In accordance with the knowledge obtained from the SSP, as a consequence of in a single day rains within the state, landslides and stones fell at Panthyal, Mehar and different locations in Ramban district, as a consequence of which the Srinagar-Jammu freeway has been blocked. Together with this, practice companies have additionally been suspended on Qazigund to Banihal railway monitor after water filling at Hiller railway station in Anantnag.

Earlier, as a consequence of rain in lots of elements of Kashmir, the yatra was suspended on Friday as nicely. Because of heavy rains that began early Friday, the pilgrimage needed to be stopped and the pilgrims had been stopped at Baltal and Nunwan base camps. This 12 months, the 62-day annual pilgrimage to Amarnath started on July 1 from Pahalgam in Anantnag district and Baltal in Ganderbal district. The yatra will finish on 31 August.

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