The Uttarakhand government has decided to start the Chardham Yatra for the pilgrims. In the first phase, residents of Uttarkashi, Chamoli, and Rudraprayag districts have been allowed to visit the Dham. It has been made mandatory for the devotees going to the temples from all three districts to have a corona negative report of 72 hours. Amidst the decreasing graph of Corona in the state, partial permission has been given to start Chardham Yatra from June 15. People of Rudraprayag district will be able to visit Kedarnath Dham, while pilgrims from Chamoli district have been allowed to visit Badrinath Dham.
People of Uttarkashi district have been allowed to visit Gangotri and Yamunotri Dhams. All the devotees must have RTPCR negative report to visit the Dhams. Let us tell you that the doors of Yamunotri Dham were opened on May 14, Gangotri on May 15, Kedarnath on May 17, and Badrinath on May 18. But, due to corona infection, the government did not allow the pilgrims to travel.
Sweet shops will open for five days,
during this time sweet shops will open five days a week. Other shops will be opened for three days. Now Vikram, tampons, and city buses will also be able to operate in the capital Dehradun.