Char Dham Yatra 2022 Health Updates: This time there is great excitement among the passengers about the Char Dham Yatra. The journey was halted for two years due to the Corona epidemic. The latest news is that this time some passengers are facing health problems. According to Dr. Shelja Bhatt, Director General of Health, Uttarakhand, 39 pilgrims have died so far on the way to Char Dham Yatra. The cause of death is high blood pressure, heart related problems. Medically unfit (unfit) travelers are being advised not to travel.
Char Dham Yatra 2022 Updates: Record number of arriving passengers
In the early days of the Chardham Yatra, all the records of previous years were destroyed. As of May 15, 514,129 devotees have visited Char Dham. A maximum of 1,69,144 pilgrims reached Kedarnath. While 1,17,703 devotees worshiped at Badrinath, 1,03,429 at Gangotri and 87,060 at Yamunotri.
The Chardham Yatra started on May 3 this year with the opening of the doors of Gangotri and Yamunotri Dham. The doors of Kedarnath were opened on May 6 and Badrinath Dham on May 8. In the meantime, Chardham has reached the most devout Darshan in the history of Yatra. After the catastrophe of 2013, Chardham Yatra could not gain momentum in 2014-15. But, from 2016 to 2019, the number of devotees visiting Chardham continued to increase. In the year 2020, due to the epidemic of Corona, the journey was completely stopped. However, in the year 2021, after the effect of Corona diminished, the last two months of the journey could be done only in September-October.
Kedarnath 27 and Yamunotri are full till May 31.
Ethics Infotech project manager Prem Anant, who has registered for Chardham, said that by 7 pm on Sunday, visitors to Yamunotri, who have not registered, will be able to visit Dham only after May 31. ۔ Devotees going to Kedarnath will be able to get the date of Darshan after May 27.
Devotees will not be able to travel beyond Rishikesh without registration.
The government has started cracking down on unregistered passengers coming to Chardham Yatra. The government has made it clear that passengers without registration will no longer be allowed to go beyond Rishikesh. They will be sent back from the check post set up by the district administration on the way to Chardham Yatra.
Prepaid token system introduced in Yamonotri.
The prepaid token system of Dandi and Kundi in Yamunotri Dham has come into effect from Sunday. On the first day, 312 Dandi (Palki) and 35 Kundi were run from Janki Chatti to Yamunotri Dham under prepaid tokens. The prepaid token system for horses and mules will be implemented from Tuesday, May 17. This arrangement will stop the collection of arbitrary rent.