Insurance Cover for Yatris

Amarnathji Yatra 2017 commences on 29th June and concludes on 7th Aug, 2017

Shri Amarnathji Yatris get Accident

Insurance cover

JAMMU, February 4: On the instructions of Mr. N. N. Vohra, Governor

of Jammu and Kashmir, who is also the Chairman of Shri Amarnathji

Shrine Board, all pilgrims who possess valid Yatra Permits will be provided

an insurance cover of Rs. 1.00 lakh against accidental death within the

State during the entire period of the Yatra 2014.

Giving further details, Mr. Navin K. Choudhary, Chief Executive

Officer, informed that the insurance cover will be available to all registered

Yatris for the period commencing one week ahead of the commencement of

the pilgrimage and ending one week after the conclusion of the Yatra. He

further clarified that the insurance will cover any accidental death which

takes place anywhere in the State while travelling onward to the Yatra Base

Camps or while moving on the tracks to the Shrine.

The CEO has appealed to all pilgrims, in their own interest, to obtain

valid registration after securing a Compulsory Health Certificate. It is in the

interest of all pilgrims to undergo a proper medical check up before

registering themselves, for which elaborate arrangements have been made

by the Shrine Board. Possession of a valid Yatra Permit would also enable

the pilgrims to be covered by Accidental Insurance.

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