The chief secretary reviewed the facilities for the safe, smooth and secure movement of pilgrims, especially along the Jammu-Srinagar national highway and Baltal and Chandanwari route.
A reward of Rs 3 lakh has been announced for him in addition to a nomination for a bravery award by the Gujarat government
"This is a grave and unacceptable security lapse. The PM needs to accept responsibility and never allow it to happen again... India will never be intimidated by these terrorist cowards," he said in tweets.
A total of 12,717 pilgrims have secured registration for the first day of the Amarnath Yatra for both Pahalgam and Baltal routes.
Ten pilgrims died en route to the holy cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir Himalayas since last night, taking the toll during this year's pilgrimage to 61, officials said today.