Kedarnath Dham Yatra 2021
There is a lot of excitement among devotees since the Uttarakhand High Court removed the prohibition on Char Dham Yatra. A significant number of pilgrims are making their way to Kedarnath Dham for Darshan. Although only 800 pilgrims are allowed to see Baba Kedar per day per the Corona Guidelines (Covid Guidelines), devotees from all over the country are waiting for their turn by stopping at various locations throughout the Rudraprayag area. The district government and police have also made preparations for the influx of pilgrims.
On behalf of the police administration, sector officers have been deployed to handle travel arrangements, while 450 police officers have been deployed to travel points. All feasible assistance will be provided to pilgrims on pilgrimage as a result of this.
District Magistrate Manuj Goyal has issued stringent directions to departmental officers covering police, health, disaster, road, electricity, drinking water, communication, and cleanliness in relation to the Kedardham Yatra. He stated that everyone has a significant role to play in the Yatra's successful completion. According to the RTPCR report and the rules published under covid-19, instructing the police and the transport department, the number of personnel posted in police checkpoints along the yatra routes, and required registration of all devotees arriving at the Dham. I've been given permission to travel.
Throughout the journey, he authorised concerned departmental personnel to register horses and mules operating on the route, create camps for health check-ups and insurance, and to address issues such as electricity, drinking water, sanitation, and highways. In addition, pilgrims arriving in the yatra have been encouraged to inform others about the regulations of travel according to covid-19 by posting posters and banners at key points. According to District Magistrate Goyal, the Kedarnath Dham Yatra is being held in accordance with the High Court's orders and covid-19.
450 policemen deployed
In order to ensure the safety of the 450 passengers, the Superintendent of Police has stationed roughly 450 officers, including two officers-in-charge, along the district's travel routes. Superintendent of Police Ayush Agrawal said that efforts have been made in the district to ensure the safety of pilgrims visiting Kedarnath Dham. Two deputy superintendents of police, three inspectors, one traffic inspector, 18 sub-inspectors, five women sub-inspectors, six sub-inspectors of special category, 107 constables, 40 women constables, 65 home guards, 115 PRD jawans, two platoon PACs, four for different travel routes, 107 constables, 40 women constables, 65 home guards, 115 PRD jawans, two platoon PACs, 12 Traffic Police Officers, 4 Firemen, 2 Sub Inspector Intelligence, 2 Constable Intelligence, and 1 Communication Officer have been assigned to the Sub Team SDRF.