The Chardham Yatra will begin in Uttarakhand on 22nd April. The government has started exercising regarding this. The portals of Gangotri and Yamunotri will be opened for devotees on April 22, Kedarnath on April 25, and Badrinath Dham on April 27.
Registration is mandatory for Chardham Yatra 2023
At the same time, registration has been made mandatory for Chardham Yatra. Registration has started from 7 am on February 21 through online and on-call mediums. If you also want to go on the journey then hurry up.
You can register yourself in four ways. In the first phase, registrations will be done for Kedarnath and Badrinath shrines. There will be 55 to 60 percent registrations daily for both the dhams. In the first phase, nine thousand and 10,000 registrations will be done daily for Kedarnath and Badrinath respectively.
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Police will talk to devotees in their own language
The tourism police deployed on Char Dham Yatra duty will also be given training in the languages of different states this time, so that the pilgrims coming from South India region do not face any problem on linguistic basis.
Only regular police personnel will be included in the tourism police. Before this, they will be given training in the Reserve Police Line. Its date will be announced soon.
Every year devotees from the states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, etc. come here for Char Dham Yatra, but most of them do not have knowledge of Hindi and English. At the same time, the policemen here do not have knowledge of their regional language. In such a situation, even the policemen are not able to guide them properly during the conversation.
In view of this problem, the police department has planned to teach some regional languages to the policemen posted in Char Dham Yatra. And in the year 2022, during the yatra, 70 personnel were deployed as tourism police. This time, in view of the possibility of increasing the number of devotees, preparations are being made to deploy more than 100 policemen.