The Jammu-Srinagar National Highway will stay closed on Friday because of landslides and taking pictures stones triggered by snow and relentless rains, officers mentioned on Thursday.
“Tomorrow on January 8, no vehicular motion shall be allowed on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway from Jammu in the direction of Srinagar and vice-versa in view of landslides/taking pictures stones at Samroli, Cafeteria Morh and slippery street situation from Jawahar Tunnel to Zig (Qazigund),” site visitors police mentioned.
The Jammu-Srinagar freeway is the principle street hyperlink connecting the Kashmir valley with the remainder of the nation. The street has been closed for the final 4 days because of heavy snowfall and landslides and taking pictures stones triggered by moist climate alongside the freeway at many locations. Snow has gathered close to the Jawahar Tunnel rendering the street slippery at many locations.
Hundreds of automobiles, largely Kashmir-bound vans with important provides, are caught on the freeway.
The Mughal Road, which is the second street hyperlink connecting Kashmir valley with the Jammu area, can be closed because of heavy snow accumulation.