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Online registration for Amarnath Yatra to begin from April 15

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The online registration of pilgrims for Shri Amarnath Yatra 2021 is going to commence on 15th April 2021, for both the Baltal and Chandanwari routes. This year’s 56 day Yatra shall commence simultaneously on both the routes from 28th June 2021 and culminate on RakshaBandhan, the 22nd August 2021.

Sh. Nitishwar Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board has informed that the intending yatri shall have to visit the URL: www.jksasb.nic.in and click on REGISTER. The yatri will then be guided for the steps to be followed. He will have to fill up his details in the online application form and attach his photograph and the Compulsory Health Certificate (CHC).

The CEO said that for ensuring against fraudulent health certificates, only such certificates which are issued by doctors / Medical Institutes authorized by the concerned State Government / UT Administrations shall be accepted for the online registration. For Yatra 2021, only those health certificates which have been issued after 15th March 2021 shall be valid. The steps which yatris need to follow for online registration in order to register for the Yatra, have been put on the Board’s website www.shriamarnathjishrine.com .

 

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The CEO informed that the yatris shall be able to download the Yatra Permits for the Yatra after their applications have been duly processed. The yatris will have to carry their original Photo ID and CHC with them during the yatra. Sh. Nitishwar Kumar further stressed that for ensuring effective security arrangements along the difficult tracks, only those yatris who are in possession of a Yatra Permit which is valid for a specified date and route, will be allowed to proceed beyond the Base Camps, and cross the entry gates at Domel and Chandanwari. He appealed to all intending yatris to avail the facility of online registration in advance and timely obtain a Yatra Permit, in their own interest, so that they do not face any inconvenience when they embark on their yatra.

The CEO further informed that persons under the age of 13 years or above the age of 75 years and ladies who are more than six weeks pregnant would not be registered for this year’s yatra. The yatris who propose to travel by helicopter do not require registration as their helicopter tickets shall suffice for this purpose. However, they shall be required to produce the Compulsory Health Certificate,(CHC) in the prescribed format issued by an authorized doctor, before they are allowed to travel by helicopter.

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J&K Is Ready To Tackle The Pandemic: Advisor RR Bhatnagar

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Today, the advisor to LG JK RR Bhatnagar arrived at Samba District hospital to review the oxygen generation plant which can be made functional at any time.

 

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While talking to JK Media he said “this plant is under testing phase and soon he will be commissioned. Rest all other arrangements are under placement. For those people who are in isolation, we are providing support to them and soon they will get a tele-consulting facility. Apart from this, we have talked with the CMO to provide oxygen and oxygenated beds to the beds that are in need of it. I request everyone who is eligible for the vaccination must get vaccinated. People should wear a mask and should follow the SOPs.”

The in-charge of the oxygen generating plant said that the plant is ready to function and all the arrangements have been done. Earlier DC Anuradha Gupta has also reviewed the oxygen-generating plant.

Amish Mahajan
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JK Media

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With Hospital’ s Negligence A Mother Loses Her Unborn Child

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Sad news coming from SMGS Hospital, Shalamar where a woman has lost her unborn child and the family is alleging that they’ve lost their child due to the hospital’s negligence.

 

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While talking to the media a family member said “today morning around 12:30 we arrived at the hospital. The lady is my sister who has arrived from Punjab. Earlier also she has come here for a check-up. Today, she has come for the check-up and during the check-up, the doctor asked her that they have to immediately operate on her, but before the operation, she has to undergo a RAT test. When she went for the test the doctors there told her that they will start the test at 2 pm but they did the test at 2:30 pm and that too when we insisted. After getting the negative report we went to the operation theatre. At the operation theatre, the doctor asked us that first, they have to prepare the file. To complete the file they took around 2 hours. The pulse rate of the unborn child at 12:30 was around 126 and before the operation, they tore the report and again did an ultrasound and that pulse rate was the same. Then they refused to operate and eventually the child died inside the womb. Still, they are not operating. My sister is also in a critical situation.”

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‘We are working on wards, soon Jammu city will get sanitised’: Chander Mohan Gupta

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In surge of covid-19 cases, the lockdown in Jammu city has been extended by the Government. Other than taking precautions, the Jammu Municipal Corporation is carrying out sanitisation drive across Jammu city.

 

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“As MHA guidelines, our priority for the sanitisation is the micro containment zones, then houses and lanes where people test positive. After that markets like Warehouse and Kanak Mandi that are open these days. We sanitise places where footfall is more like ATMs and vegetable markets.” JMC Mayor Chander Mohan Gupta said

“We are working on the wards right now. 3 wards per day is currently in progress and we aim at sanitising all 75 wards which constitutes the Jammu city, in next 10-15 days. I appreciate our cleaners who are always on time and work appropriately with us.” He added

Gupta appreciated the Police Department and NGOs to help in controlling the covid cases. “I thank every team be it Police, healthcare workers, Paramedical staff or the Political workers for working towards the goal. We have Mata’s blessings on us and soon we’ll be out of this pandemic.”

Mayor said that no tunnels have been included in the drive guidelines for now but will be sanitised if the MHA considers it.

“I suggest everyone to maintain social distancing, wear masks and follow all covid protocols. It is a tough time for us but we need to come together and help those who work for humanity.”

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