Questions are being raised on Chardham Yatra in Uttarakhand. The question is also because more than 25 pilgrims have died there in a week. A large number of pilgrims are coming to take part in the world-famous Chardham Yatra of Uttarakhand. Various guidelines were issued to ensure that they do not face any kind of inconvenience. Which are being followed as well, according to the administration, the pilgrims coming here are expected to strictly follow them. Despite this, the death of devotees is raising a lot of questions.
Whereas the guidelines were issued by the government, in such a situation, now the travel has been allowed only after a health test. Registration for travel has also already been made mandatory. Of course, the Nodal Officer designated for this Yatra is taking stock of the Yatra and inspecting it. But even then such incidents are raising questions. Devotees are facing difficulties in the journey. It is being told that the arrangements of the state government are inadequate.
People say that the number of devotees arriving is increasing day by day. Due to this, the preparations of the state government are falling short during the Char Dham Yatra. So far, around 3 lakh pilgrims have reached Chardham in the journey that started on May 3. While more than 9 lakh devotees have registered. In such a situation, the state government is finding it difficult to control the situation. Here, the government says that after a long gap, there is a huge crowd of devotees in Uttarakhand’s Char Dham. NDRF team is busy controlling the crowd. Apart from this, ITBP personnel have also been deployed to help on the pedestrian routes.
In view of the problems faced by the passengers during the Chardham Yatra, now the Central Government has extended a helping hand to the State Government. Now the Central Government has sent a team of NDRF to Chardham. Along with this, ITBP personnel have also been deployed to help on the pedestrian routes. Which will escort the passengers and take them to the medical camp if their health deteriorates. Meanwhile, questions are also being raised on the tourism minister’s foreign tour. The pilgrimage has raised many questions on the government of Uttarakhand.
Questions are being raised as to why the devotees died. After all, why did 28 passengers die in 9 days? This is a big figure. Due to this figure, the central government is alert, a report has also been sought from the state government. But it is not yet clear what happened during this journey and why? What were the reasons, which were not correct and the devotees died?