An authority of the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board said that because of the substantial rain and snowfall the tracks have turned out to be excessively elusive for the explorers, making it impossible to proceed.
The Amarnath Yatra, which started yesterday, was suspended at Baltal and Chandanwari, the two principle base stations for travelers, because of substantial precipitation.
An authority of the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB) said that because of the overwhelming precipitation and snowfall the tracks have turned out to be excessively elusive for the pioneers, making it impossible to proceed.
“It is raining intensely and snowing while in transit to the heavenly Amarnath give in and tracks have turned out to be tricky, driving specialists to prevent explorers from proceeding with their voyage for their own particular wellbeing,” a SASB official said.
“The explorers set out toward base camps at Baltal and Nunwan are asked for to check the status of the yatra with the control room or helpline set up by the SASB before beginning off,” the authority included.
Amarnath Yatra started on Thursday and more 10 thousand fans paid respect at Amarnath in the midst of tight security following contributions about conceivable dread assaults on pioneers. The yatra is for 40 days, beginning from June 29 to August 7.
The climate is the genuine dampener for the yatra, as the rain and snow can prompt avalanches