The Amarnath Yatra, a holy pilgrimage in Kashmir, has been temporarily halted due to adverse weather conditions caused by heavy rain on Friday. The decision to suspend the yatra was made to ensure the safety and well-being of the pilgrims. The inclement weather and challenging conditions along the twin routes necessitated the temporary suspension.
Authorities are closely monitoring the weather situation and will resume the yatra as soon as the conditions improve and it is deemed safe for pilgrims to proceed. The temporary halt underscores the priority placed on the safety and security of the devotees undertaking the pilgrimage.
Pilgrims are advised to stay updated with the latest information and follow the instructions provided by the authorities. Efforts are being made to ensure a smooth and successful yatra once the weather clears up. The temporary suspension is a precautionary measure to prevent any untoward incidents and to ensure the well-being of all involved in the pilgrimage.