After A High Court Order, Uttarakhand Is Suspending Char Dham Yatra

The government on Uttarakhand suspended the Char Dham Yatra on Tuesday. Until further notification of the decision of the cabinet to grant yatra to the local residants of three districts from July 1 remains a day after the state high court remained for four weeks.

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On Monday the State of Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi Districts only had their first phase of enrolment, and RTPCR/TrueNat/RAT Covid’s negative test report, which would permit residents of Chamoli, Uttarkashi Districts.

In the second phase from 11 July, the SOPs said that if they are carrying a negative Covid test report, all citizens of Uttarakhand are allowed to visit the four shrine.

The stay order was issued on Monday by the bench of Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice Alok Kumar Verma,

who heard a clutch of PILs concerning the availability of health infrastructure in the state In the districts of Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi, the Uttarakhand cabinet decided to start a Char Dham Yatra on the 1st July.

In the course of ceremonies held in the sanctum sanctorum in Char dham the court instructed the government to ensure that the devotees’ ceremonies are streamed live.

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