The Kashmir Valley remained cut-off from rest of the country for the second consecutive day on Saturday.
Snowfall and heavy rains forced the
300-km-long Jammu-Srinagar National Highway to remain closed
for the second consecutive day.
Over 3,100 vehicles, mostly trucks and tankers are stranded on the 300-km-long Jammu-Srinagar National Highway due to snowfall and landslides.
The 300-km-long Jammu-Srinagar
national highway, the only surface link with Kashmir Valley, was Friday closed due to landslide in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Stranded vehicles on the Jammu-Srinagar NH were allowed to proceed
towards the summer capital after the vital road link was
cleared for traffic.
Protesting frequent power cuts, over
2000 villagers of Nud area in Samba district on Tuesday held
protest and blocked the Pathankote-Udhampur highway (bypass).
The Jammu-Srinagar National Highway,
which is the only surface link between Kashmir and rest of the
country, was closed for vehicular traffic on Saturday.
The Jammu-Srinagar National
Highway, connecting the Kashmir Valley with the rest of the
country, was closed for traffic for the second consecutive day
on Sunday following heavy snowfall and rains.
Two persons were Tuesday killed when
an oil tanker in which they were travelling in rolled down
into a gorge on Jammu-Srinagar National highway at Chenani, 75
kms from here, police said.
The Jammu-Srinagar National Highway continued to remain closed for traffic for the second consecutive day today due to snowfall and slippery conditions at some stretches along the highway.
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