Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra on Friday reviewed the ongoing Amarnath Yatra and inspected the arrangements. He mainly reviewed the arrangements, which have been put in place at the holy cave and the camps of Panjtarni, Domel and Baltal en-route to the shrine.

Vohra, who is also the chairman of the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB), inspected the arrangements at the cave shrine, camps and held meetings with the concerned officials, an official spokesman said.

The Governor also inspected the functioning of the Access Control Gate at Domel, functioning of the Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) and the overall arrangements at the Baltal Base Camp.

He also chaired a high level review meeting involving the camp director and the senior most officers of all concerned state government departments and the security forces, the spokesman said.

Vohra, accompanied by Chief Executive Officer, SASB, Navin Choudhary, took an extensive review of the arrangements put in place to facilitate the pilgrims. While inspecting 'Langars', the Governor said that such organizations must maintain hygienic conditions and cleanliness.

He issued instructions to the camp director, deputy commissioner and SSP to enforce stringent sanitation measures for ensuring that the entire camp area is kept neat and clean, the spokesman said.

The Governor checked the yatra permits of some of the pilgrims and enquired from them about the yatra related arrangements.

(Agencies)

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Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra on Friday reviewed the ongoing Amarnath Yatra and inspected the arrangements, which have been put in place at the holy cave and the camps of Panjtarni, Domel and Baltal en-route to the shrine.
    
Vohra, who is also the chairman of the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB), inspected the arrangements at the cave shrine, camps and held meetings with the concerned officials, an official spokesman said.
    
The Governor also inspected the functioning of the Access Control Gate at Domel, functioning of the Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) and the overall arrangements at the Baltal Base Camp.
    
He also chaired a high level review meeting involving the camp director and the senior most officers of all concerned state government departments and the security forces, the spokesman said.
    
Vohra, accompanied by Chief Executive Officer, SASB, Navin Choudhary, took an extensive review of the arrangements put in place to facilitate the pilgrims. While inspecting 'Langars', the Governor said that such organizations must maintain hygienic conditions and cleanliness.
    
He issued instructions to the camp director, deputy commissioner and SSP to enforce stringent sanitation measures for ensuring that the entire camp area is kept neat and clean, the spokesman said.
    
The Governor checked the yatra permits of some of the pilgrims and enquired from them about the yatra related arrangements.