Kashmir Indepth

National Highway: Only Stranded Vehicles To Be Allowed Tomorrow

Jammu Srinagar NHW-44 have witnessed fresh snow 1′- 2.5′ feet at Banihal – Qazigund stretch due to which the road has been blocked. Further the rainfall in Banihal- Ramban stretch has also lead to landslide/shooting stones at many places like Anokhi fall, Kela Mode, Panthal etc.

In view of the inclement weather as well as present road conditions, the stranded passengers are advised not to travel on NHW especially between Ramban to Qazigund. The stranded vehicles would be allowed to proceed towards their destinations once the road is cleared.

In view of the rain/snow in plains and other towns of the state, due to which the roads have become slippery, the general public is also advised take necessary precautions so as to avoid accidents and unnecessary road congestions.

People are further advised to start their journey on NHW only after confirming status of the road from below mentioned phone Nos.


Jammu (0191-2459048, 9419147732)

Ramban (9419993745)

Srinagar (0194-2450022, 2485396, 18001807091)

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