The vital Jammu-Srinagar interstate was shut for the second continuous day Sunday as irregular rains quickly hampered street freedom activities, authorities said.
A monstrous avalanche obstructed the 270-km roadway, the main all-climate street connecting Kashmir with rest of the world, at Ramsoo in Ramban area early Saturday, leaving many vehicles stranded.
“The street leeway activity is going full speed ahead and got quickly hampered because of irregular downpours. Explosives were utilized to impact the gigantic rocks which have moved down on the interstate,” the authorities said.
They said endeavors were on to influence the roadway to movement commendable in the most brief conceivable time.
“No vehicle was permitted to move from either Jammu or Srinagar on the roadway for the second day today,” the authorities said. “Inclination will be given to stranded vehicles once the blood vessel street is opened for movement.”
They said more than 900 vehicles including those conveying travelers were stranded on the parkway after the conclusion of the street on Saturday.
Numerous vehicles came back to the spots of their starting point yet those which stayed stranded at better places along the expressway were moved to more secure spots and their travelers suited in protect sheds and gave dinners, the authorities said.
They said senior common and cops including Deputy Commissioners (DCs) were by and by checked the street freedom activity and guaranteed that every stranded traveler were given suppers other than night shield at assigned spots.
The authorities asked for suburbanites to contact movement control rooms before beginning their excursion on the thruway.