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SABLO delegation submitting a memorandum to Add CEO SASB.

Excelsior correspondent
JAMMU, December 28: a delegation from Shri Amarnath Barfani Langer Organization (SABLO) made up of Vijay Thakur, its president, Rajan Gupta, secretary general, Sanjay Arora, Kuldeep Singh, Mahesh Mittal, Kamal Gupta, Satish Cheema, Naresh Narula and Parveen Mahajan met Rahul Singh, Additional CEO, Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB) here today. The delegation discussed important issues / issues currently facing Yatris and Bhandaras that require immediate attention for the smooth running of the 2022 yatra and improving the decline in the number of yatris undertaking the yatra year after year recently.
The delegation demanded the safety and security of the yatris, the handing over of the security of the yatras to the paramilitary forces, the arrest, the decrease in the number of yatris, the resumption of the online registration of the yatris, the on-site registration and issuance of compulsory health certificate (CSC), increase in counters / registration centers, registration centers should be open to all places from which NGOs set up bhandaras and other facilities such as medical camps, public address systems, etc. with the Bhandara organizations.
They also demanded the simplification of compulsory health certificates, private doctors with MBBS and MD degrees should also be allowed to issue CHRs, sewadars cards be honored at checkpoints, the provision of two toilets and two treatment rooms. bath at each bhandara for the yatris and their sewadars, the construction of 3 – 4-lane metal road (wide) from Neelgrath to Baltal / Domail and from Ranga Morh to Baltal / Domail for the fluidity of vehicle traffic, to avoid traffic jams and the spread of dust.
The other demands listed by the delegation also included providing electricity to all bhandaras in all upper / upper altitude camps like Rail Pathri, Pissu Top, Brari Marg, Holy Cave, Panjtarni, Dardkot, Kelnar, Zojibal, Sheshnag, Wavbal Top, Pissu top etc. by UT government, provision of water to all Bhandara organizations in all upper / upper altitude camps, attachment / installation of map panels with site names and numbers of Bhandara organizations at entry points and exit from Balral / Domail base camps and all altitude / upper camps for the convenience of the yatris, issuance of invitation offer letters to SABLO members who provide the medical camp service, request for withdrawal balance sheets for the last three years, publication of a telephone directory with mobile numbers, etc.
With the delegation expressing concern over the theft of the yatris by Poneywala, Pithoos demanded an immediate control of this illegal act and that the number of yatris from 7,500 to 12,000 be increased per day on each route.
The delegation stated that the police check report format is not in practice in other states like Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Union Territories of Uttar Pradesh, etc. where most of our members are from. Certification by the president / president of the langar is also undesirable and is a flagrant violation of the Indian Constitution.
SABLO strongly suggested that only proof of identity be taken or, as arrangements were made in 2016, the police check can be carried out by J&K Police.


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