ITBP jawan takes the responsibility of cleaning garbage from Amarnath route
ITBP jawan takes the responsibility of cleaning garbage from Amarnath route

Srinagar: Travellers visiting Amarnath have dumped garbage on the route. The India Tibet Border Police (ITBP) force has launched a clean-up drive along the Amarnath Yatra route to remove the waste dumped by devotees. As part of the campaign, ITBP personnel are carrying the garbage on the route from Baltal to Baba Blizzard on the Yatra route for recycling.

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According to a senior ITBP official, ITBP personnel deployed in the security of Amarnath Yatra have launched a cleanup operation at Baltal Road on Monday. Under the drive, a lot of garbage, plastic and other dirt from the way were cleaned by seals. The jawans have collected the garbage lying on the travel route and cleaned the area. During this period, the waste spread over an area of 40 to 50 metres has been collected and sent through the relevant mechanism for recycling for disposal.

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He said, the number of devotees visiting the holy Amarnath Cave has reached about 2.50 lakh in 20 days. This time, the Amarnath Yatra continues smoothly so far with fairly systematic and security arrangements. There are now 25 days left to end the journey. If the number of devotees continues to remain intact, it is expected that a total of 3.52 lakh devotees could record visits in 2015.

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