Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami spoke to the Ministry of External Affairs on Tuesday requesting it to take all necessary steps in this regard.
The Uttarakhand government had on June 30 issued orders cancelling the yatra in view of the Covid-19 situation, but has been requested by its Uttar Pradesh counterpart to reconsider the decision.
The nine-time MLA and five-time MP, Singh served as Himachal Pradesh's chief minister for six times.
Apart from Dhami, 11 ministers from the outgoing Tirath Singh Rawat ministry were sworn in, including all those who were frowning at his appointment.
The two-time MLA from Khatima constituency has never been a minister in the state government but Dhami became the youngest chief minister of Uttarakhand.
Born in 1975, Pushkar Singh Dhami is a law graduate in human resource management and industrial relations from the University of Lucknow.
The BJP legislature party will meet at 3 p.m. on Saturday to choose a new leader for which sitting MLAs, Satpal Maharaj and Dhan Singh Rawat are said to be frontrunners.
A few of the BJP unit’s heavyweights have also become active, fancying their chances in the event the leadership deciding to opt for a new face in the state.
The Oxygen supply was disrupted allegedly for 45 minutes resulting in the death of five patients on May 4.
Markaz was in a closed hall. All the people slept in a single hall with close contacts. They shared blankets. On the contrary, there are 16 ghats in Kumbh, Rawat said while briefing the media persons.
Rawat said he along with his four members tested positive for coronavirus.
The newly appointed Uttarakhand chief minister recently stirred a row by saying that women wearing ripped jeans send the wrong message to society and children.