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Govt trying best to restore Yatra at earliest: LG Sinha

Chairs high-level meeting reviews ongoing rescue operation

SRINAGAR: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha Saturday said that the government is trying their best to restore the Amarnath Yatra at the earliest.

Reports said that a high-level meeting was today to review the relief operation at Shri Amarnathji holy cave.

LG Office Jammu and Kashmir in a series of tweets said, “LG Sinha chaired a high-level meeting earlier today to review the ongoing rescue and relief operation at Shri Amarnathji holy cave. The meeting observed two-minute silence to pay tribute to devotees who lost their lives in an unfortunate incident yesterday.

“Rescue & relief operation is in full swing. Teams from the Army, Air Force, CAPFs, and NDRF doing a commendable job to clear the debris within the shortest period of time. I request Yatris to stay put in camps. The administration is providing all facilities for their comfortable stay”, the tweet reads. “We are trying our best to restore the Yatra at the earliest”, it added.


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