“Not In Vedas”: Uttarakhand Says No To Live Streaming Char Dham Yatra

“Not In Vedas”: Uttarakhand Says No To Live Streaming Char Dham Yatra

'Not In Vedas': Uttarakhand Says No To Live Streaming Char Dham Yatra

Uttarakhand won’t conduct stay streaming of Char Dham Yatra, state authorities mentioned. (File)


Uttarakhand won’t conduct stay streaming of Char Dham Yatra as there isn’t any point out of the follow within the Vedas, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami mentioned on Saturday.

“After taking into consideration all ideas, we’ve determined to not maintain stay streaming of Chardham Yatra as it’s not written within the Vedas. We are additionally going to file an affidavit within the High Court on this regard,” the chief minister advised mediapersons .

Uttarakhand High Court had put a keep on the state authorities resolution to permit the Char Dham Yatra from July 1 from Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi districts. Following this, the state authorities challenged the High Court’s resolution within the Supreme Court and filed a plea within the prime Court on Tuesday.

The Char Dham Yatra, which features a go to to the Kedarnath Temple, attracts lakhs of vacationers and devotees yearly from throughout the nation and overseas. But in view of COVID-19, the Uttarakhand authorities has solely allowed Chardham Yatra for residents of the three districts together with Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi this yr.

Earlier, the Uttarakhand authorities needed to subject a brand new guideline by amending the Standard Operating Procedure.

Meanwhile, the Uttarakhand authorities on Saturday allowed States to take ‘Ganga Jal’ from Haridwar in water tankers, days after the state authorities on Tuesday canceled the Kanwar Yatra in gentle of COVID-19.

Additional Chief Secretary Anand Vardhan mentioned that if there’s a demand for carrying ‘Ganga Jal from the states, then the state authorities will present full cooperation.

“Permission will probably be given to hold ‘Ganga jal’ from Haridwar via water tankers,” he added.

Haridwar Police has mentioned that Kanwariyas won’t be allowed to enter Haridwar and the border will even be sealed.

The Kanwar Yatra, through which Shiva devotees from northern states journey on foot or by different means to gather water from Ganga in Haridwar to supply it at Shiva temples of their areas, is about to start from July 25.

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