Dehradun: The Uttarakhand Government in compliance with the High Court’s order has postponed the Char Dham Yatra with fast impact until additional orders. Retracting its late-night choice to proceed with the pilgrimage regardless of the excessive courtroom’s keep order.
The authorities has now issued a revised SOP.
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Despite Uttarakhand High Court’s order towards holding Char Dham Yatra this yr, the state govt in a contemporary set of COVID pointers final night time stated the primary section of the yatra will start from July 1, whereas the second section will start from July 11. To be a part of the yatra, COVID adverse report back to be obligatory.
However, now ANI reported that the state authorities has determined to adjust to the excessive courtroom’s preliminary choice and has canceled the July 1st pilgrimage.
The Uttarakhand High Court on Monday ordered a keep on the state Cabinet’s choice to allow Char Dham Yatra with a restricted variety of pilgrims. The High Court stated the choice has been made within the public curiosity.
A bench of Chief Justice RS Chauhan and Justice Alok Verma, which handed this order after making an allowance for the upcoming menace as a consequence of a potential third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, has scheduled the following listening to within the case to July 7.
The High Court additionally prompt stay streaming of the ceremonies in order that devotees can witness the identical from their houses.
The order got here after Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat-led authorities had earlier on June 25 determined to permit pilgrims solely from the districts by which the shrines are positioned from July 1. The state Cabinet had additionally mandated RT-PCR exams for the pilgrims, who would solely be allowed in a restricted quantity.