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PM on waste dumps in Kedarnath: ‘When we go to pilgrim web site, that’s not proper’ | Latest News India

Mann Ki Baat: In the newest episode of his radio deal with, PM Modi expressed concern over heaps of filth in Kedarnath. 

HT Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday expressed concern over the waste dumps in Uttarakhand’s Kedarnath amid the ‘Char Dham Yatra’. Speaking throughout his month-to-month radio deal with of ‘Mann Ki Baat, he additionally mentioned contrasting pictures had been rising from the holy web site. “At present, the holy journey of ‘Char-Dham’ of Uttarakhand is going on in our country. Thousands of devotees are reaching there every day in ‘Char-Dham’, and especially in Kedarnath. People are sharing their pleasant experiences of the ‘Char-Dham Yatra’,” the prime minister mentioned.

“But, I have also seen that the devotees are also very sad because of the filth being spread by some travellers in Kedarnath. Many people have also expressed their views on social media. If we go on a holy pilgrimage and there is a heap of filth, it is not right,” the prime minister added.

On contrasting pictures, he mentioned: “Where there is faith, there is also positivity. There are many devotees who worship in Baba Kedar’s Dham along with practicing cleanliness. Some are cleaning near the place of their stay, while some are cleaning the garbage from the travel route.”

“But, I also saw that the devotees are also very sad because of the filth being spread by some pilgrims in Kedarnath. Many people have also expressed their views on social media. If we go on a holy pilgrimage and there is a heap of filth, it is not right.”



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