Chardham Yatra: Uttarakhand government orders registration of worshipers

The government has urged worshipers to start their journey only after checking the available registration slots on the Uttarakhand Department of Tourism portal.

The Uttarakhand government on Tuesday issued a notice to Chardham yatra pilgrims to register mandatory before starting their journey.

The government has urged worshipers to start their journey only after checking the available registration slots on the Uttarakhand Department of Tourism portal.

According to the notice, no pilgrim will be allowed to go beyond Rishikesh without registration.

The tourism department has also set a certain limit for the registration of pilgrims in the state.

“The registration limit has been set according to the carrying capacity of different Dhams, in order to make the journey of pilgrims coming to Chardham pleasant and safe, pilgrims should travel only after checking the availability of the registration,” the Department of Tourism said.

In addition to this, the government has also asked passengers to follow the health advisory during the Chardham Yatra.

Earlier on May 11, the state’s chief minister, Pushkar Singh Dhami, also announced compulsory registration of Char Dham Yatra.

On Dhami’s instructions, the state health department also commissioned the medical screening center at the Char Dham Yatra entry and registration site on Friday, May 13.

Char Dham Yatra began on May 3 after a nearly two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. Unlike last year, the government did not require carrying a negative Covid-19 test report or a COVID-19 vaccination certificate.

The yatra started with the opening of the Gangotri and Yamunotri gates for devotees on May 3, on the occasion of Akshay Tritiya in the presence of CM Dhami, while Kedarnath reopened on May 6 and the gates of Badrinath opened May 8.

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