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SRINAGAR: Inspector General of Police, Shri Munir Ahmad Khan has issued directions regarding the cut-off time for vehicular traffic of Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra on National Highway-44. According to his directions, the cut-off time at Shaitani Nallah for Baltal-bound and Pahalgam-bound Yatra vehicles will be 1500 hrs and 1530  hrs respectively.  The cut-off time at Yatra Transit Camp Mirbazar for Baltal-bound Yatra vehicles will be 1600 hrs and at Yatra Transit Camp Walnut Factory, Levdora, Qazigund for Pahalgam-bound Yatra vehicles will be 1630 hrs. In the order, IGP has also directed all the  concerned officers to ensure that no Yarta vehicle be allowd to move forward after the cut-off time at these palces.

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RAMBAN: District administration welcomed the first batch of Amarnath Ji Yatra today. District Development Commissioner, Tariq Hussain Ganai, SSP Ramban Mohan Lal, SSP Traffic, Sanjay Bhagat, ACR, Vevaik Puri and other concerned officers were present on the occasion. DDC alongwith officers interacted   with the yatries to have the first hand information regarding the facilities at the Langars besides inspecting the Langers   situated all along Jammu-Srinagar NHW.  

 

Speaking on the occasion, the DDC   said district administration has made adequate arrangements with regard to stay and the security of the yatries, provisions for boarding and lodging in case of any halt of yatra and helplines have been set up and arranged round-the-clock emergency medical facilities.  The DDC passed instructions to construction agencies to ensure proper upkeep of National Highway. He asked them to keep machinery deployed for road clearance at critical points in case of any emergent situation. Meantime he also reviewed the arrangements for security, sanitation, water, electricity, fire safety and health facilities being provided to the yatries. He directed the concerned officers to ensure all basic and essential facilities  for the convenience of the yatries.

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UDHAMPUR: The first batch of pilgrims of Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra- 2017 was given a warm welcome by the District Administration and prominent citizens of the district near Kali Mata Mandir, Udhampur this morning. DDC Niraj Kumar DIG Udhampur Reasi Range   Virender Sharma,, SSP Rayees Bhatt , ADC Avny Lavasa , ASP Faizal Qureshi, CPO Ashok Khajuria, DFO SF Dr.Rajan Singh, DIO NIC Anil Sharma, DIO Esha Chib, ARTO Rajesh Gupta besides prominent citizens were also present on the occasion.

 

A large number of people along with the district officers gave a rousing reception to the first batch of 2280  yatries. Pertinently, the District administration has established a total of 30 transit camps and 23 langars at various places in the district for the yatries. Besides, Control rooms, Enquiry counters, Helplines have also been established for the convenience of yatries, informed the DDC. Elaborate security arrangements have also been put in place for the safety and security of the yatries, added the DDC.