PANTHACHOWK: The Amarnath Pilgrims at Pantha Chowk Amarnath Yatra camp in Srinagar lauded the hospitality of district administration and the locals for helping them helping them after their tents were damaged by strong winds
The Langar Chairman Pristum Lal told Kashmir Reader that he had never been harmed even in the peak of turmoil.
“I have been here during nineties and in those situations the people of Kashmir never turned their back and always were ready to help us,” he said.
He said that he has been very much thankful to the administration for making them feel at home.
President Langar Dinesh Kumar Ladoya told Kashmir Reader that he has no words express the love he has got from Kashmirs
“I sometimes think whether we will be ever able to pay them back a part of it or not,” he said.
Tehsildar Pantha Chowk Abdul Reham Dar who is also Nodal officer of Amarnath Yatra camp Panthachowk told Kashmir Reader that they try to make them comfortable.
“So far there have been tents as transit camp. now we have started construction of sheds at the venue so that everyone remains safe from the inclement weather.
He said that the construction was going on a war footing basis as tents are much safe during inclement weather.
The few tents used by the Amarnath yatris were blown on Tuesday evening due to the heavy windstorm and rain. However, the yatris putting up in these tents were immediately shifted to SDA Complex after officials of revenue, police and other officials reached the spot.