Chardham Yatra 2021 Restrictions: There is good news for the devotees who have been waiting for a long time to visit Char Dham. The High Court has lifted the ban on the Char Dham Yatra postponed in Uttarakhand due to Corona infection. During the acute hearing held on Thursday, the High Court has allowed the Char Dham Yatra restrictions.
Char Dham Yatra Restrictions
The division bench of the Chief Justice has allowed 1200 devotees or yatris in Badrinath Dham, 800 in Kedarnath Dham, 600 in Gangotri and 400 in Yamunotri Dham. Apart from this, the court has also asked every devotee or traveller to carry a Kovid negative report and a certificate of two vaccines.
Apart from this, the High Court, in its order, has asked to deploy a police force as per requirement during Chardham Yatra to be held in Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi districts. Apart from this, devotees will not be able to take a bath in any pool.
At the same time, the pilgrimage priests have expressed happiness on the opening of the Char Dham Yatra. People have expressed their gratitude to the High Court and CM Pushkar Singh Dhami. Let us tell you that recently the pilgrimage priests of Chardham had met Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami at the CM residence. During this, the pilgrimage priests had demanded the CM to start the Chardham Yatra.
Lost lakhs due to the closure of Char Dham Yatra, traders have suffered the loss of lakhs. The priests had said that the employment of lakhs of people had been linked to the Chardham Yatra. Lakhs of people on the yatra routes are upset due to the non-start of the yatra; they have a livelihood crisis. The priests had demanded from the government that the Chardham Yatra should be started after solid lobbying in the High Court.