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February 14, 2018 | Rising Kashmir News

Day 3: Kashmir highway remains close

Traffic on the 300-km-long Kashmir highway, connecting Kashmir valley with the rest of the world, remained suspended for the third consecutive day on Wednesday due to fresh landslides.

Hundreds of vehicle, including those carrying passengers, remained stranded at different places on the highway though some passengers covered the landslide-hit area on foot to reach their destinations after boarding other vehicles.

Kashmir-bound passengers stranded at Jammu alleged that the local authorities have failed to provide them any relief and they are being charged extra by the local traders.

(Photograph used in this story is representational)

 

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February 14, 2018 | Rising Kashmir News

Day 3: Kashmir highway remains close

              

Traffic on the 300-km-long Kashmir highway, connecting Kashmir valley with the rest of the world, remained suspended for the third consecutive day on Wednesday due to fresh landslides.

Hundreds of vehicle, including those carrying passengers, remained stranded at different places on the highway though some passengers covered the landslide-hit area on foot to reach their destinations after boarding other vehicles.

Kashmir-bound passengers stranded at Jammu alleged that the local authorities have failed to provide them any relief and they are being charged extra by the local traders.

(Photograph used in this story is representational)

 

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