Lt Governor Manoj Sinha said – Preparations complete for Amarnath Yatra

SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Sunday said that adequate arrangements have been made for the upcoming Amarnath Yatra, as the administration is carrying a large number of pilgrims. Looking forward to coming. He was speaking at this month’s ‘Awam ki Awaaz’ program, where he urged people to practice yoga to stay healthy.

Lt Governor Manoj Sinha: 30 Amarnath Yatra is starting from June

The Lieutenant Governor said, “The holy pilgrimage of Shri Amarnath ji is starting from June 30. The administration and the people of Jammu and Kashmir are fully prepared to welcome the devotees of Shri Amarnath ji coming from India and abroad. Adequate arrangements have been made this year in anticipation of huge rush of passengers.

,The theme of this year’s International Yoga Day,
Manoj Sinha said that the administration is organizing various awareness programs for maximum participation in activities related to yoga in view of International Yoga Day being celebrated on 21st June. The theme of this year’s International Yoga Day is ‘Yoga for Humanity’.

,Yoga is a rare scientific method,
The Lieutenant Governor said that Yoga is a rare scientific method, which improves physical and mental strength. He praised the Prime Minister for working tirelessly towards making Yoga an integral part of people’s lives. Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) expressed gratitude.

Earlier on Saturday, officials reviewed the security and other arrangements for the pilgrims on the 270-km-long Jammu-Srinagar National Highway. Jammu Divisional Commissioner Ramesh Kumar and Additional Director General of Police Mukesh Singh led a convoy of 20 security vehicles from Jammu to Banihal. According to the official, this was an “exercise” done for the safety of the yatra.

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