Video: Huge crowd of devotees at Kedarnath; ITBP detachment for control…

After Chardham Yatra started on May 3, the crowd of devotees is increasing in all four Dhams including Kedarnath. Due to the large number of devotees in Kedarnath, ITBP has been deployed to take care of the arrangements. As soon as the ITBP Jawans deployed the devotees who had come for Baba Kedarnath’s darshan, they lined up and took the entire security system into their hands.

ITBP has alerted its disaster management team in the Kedarnath area. Not only this, medical equipment with 2 cylinders has also been deployed in different areas. After a two-year period in Corona, the administration already had an idea that a large number of devotees could come this time.

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ITBP spokesman Vivek Kumar Pandey said the army has been deployed here to control the crowds of devotees visiting the Kedarnath temple. He said that 20,000 devotees visit the temple every day. Sonprayag, Ukhimath and Kedarnath have huge crowds of devotees.

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Since the start of Chardham Yatra on May 6, more than 1 lakh 30 thousand devotees have visited the Kedarnath temple. Apart from this, ITBP is working with the temple and civic administration to improve the darshan system for devotees at Badrinath temple. The Chardham Yatra began with the opening of the gates of Gangotri and Yamunotri Dham on the occasion of Akshayya Tritiya. The Kedarnath Dham gates opened on May 6, while the Badrinath Dham gates opened on May 8. The journey may become difficult after it rains in the area in the next few days.

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