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These pilgrims are said to be stranded in a tent at Panchtarni, 6 km away from the shrine. File

These pilgrims are said to be stranded in a tent at Panchtarni, 6 km away from the shrine. File
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At least 80 people from Karnataka are stranded en route to the pilgrimage to Amarnath cave due to bad weather.

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has tweeted to say that he has directed the authorities to provide all necessary assistance for the safe return of the pilgrims from the State.

These pilgrims are said to be stranded in a tent at Panchtarni, 6 km away from the shrine. Speaking to reporters, Mr. Siddaramaiah said a Revenue Department official was in touch with her counterparts in Kashmir and all pilgrims were safe. As rains continued in the region, the Amarnath yatra has been stalled.

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