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Traffic movement suspended on Sgr-Jmu NH due to landslides in Banihal

Srinagar: The authorities on Monday temporarily suspended the traffic movement on Srinagar-Jammu National Highway due to landslides at Shahbanbas in Banihal area of Ramban district.

Traffic authorities confirmed to news agency that the road was closed at around 5 am in the morning due to landslides.

They said that men and machinery are on job for road clearance and as soon as the road will be cleared, the condition of the road will be reviewed after which the road will be opened for traffic movement.

Earlier, traffic authorities had issued a traffic plan that LMVs will be allowed to move toward Jammu from Srinagar on Monday.

Meanwhile, traffic movement continues to remain suspended on Mughal Road due to accumulation of snow.

 

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