JAMMU: Traffic on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway was suspended Tuesday after a landslide in Ramban district, officials said.
The landslide struck the highway at Sher Bibi near Banihal around 2 am, leaving Kashmir-bound trucks stranded, Deputy Superintendent of Police (Traffic), Asghar Malik, said Despite shooting stones, a major part of the debris has already been cleared.
It will take hardly over an hour to clear the remaining part of the road once the rocks stop rolling down, the officer said.
He said no fresh traffic was allowed from Srinagar side this morning.
A traffic department official in Jammu said,"We have allowed light motor vehicles in the morning but after getting information about continuous shooting stones, the traffic was stopped for the time being".