At the transit camp, there are more than 250 portable toilets and more than 70 portable washrooms.
Srinagar, July 17: As part of the ongoing Amarnath Yatra, pilgrims have been housed in the Pantha Chowk transit camp in this city, where they are receiving all of the amenities in a fairly organized manner.
The Jammu and Kashmir government’s provision of these amenities, as well as the ‘langar’, or communal kitchens, offered to pilgrims by various organizations, has been welcomed.
A pilgrim stated, “The transit camp also has a langar facility where we are provided with meals three times each day and as needed. At the camp, suitable facilities for public convenience and good sanitation are also provided.
For the convenience of the pilgrims, more than 250 portable toilets and more than 70 portable washrooms have been set up at the transit camp. At the transit camp, fans have also been erected in each tent for them.
According to a statement released by the Directorate of Information and Public Relations on Sunday, 2,29,221 pilgrims have seen the Holy Cave in Amarnath since the Yatra began on July 1. The 62-day journey will come to an end on August 31.