Vehicular site visitors on the Jammu-Srinagar nationwide freeway resumed just lately after blockades attributable to taking pictures stones and mudslides in Ramban district had been cleared, officers stated. “Jammu-Srinagar freeway is thru. Many stretches are nonetheless single manner open for site visitors and intermittent taking pictures stones nonetheless occurring,” a traffic advisory said.
It said that stranded vehicles were being cleared and people are advised not to travel on the highway without confirmation from traffic police. Convoys of Amarnath pilgrims from Jammu have been allowed to move towards Kashmir valley, officials said.
The important iron tunnel passage set up in the most vulnerable stretch of the highway was damaged due to intense shooting stones on Thursday evening. According to officials, mudslides and shooting stones struck the highway, the only all-weather road linking Kashmir with the rest of the country, at Mehaar, Cafeteria Moore and Pantiyal areas. The work is going on to clear the highway and ensure two-way traffic on it, they said.