Rampur Nachrichten Kinnaur Nachrichten Highway block in Kashang and Nesang Deu to landslide

Samvad News Agency
Sangla (Kinnaur). The hill was blocked near Kashang and Nesang on Kinnaur District National Highway 5 late Tuesday evening. Vehicle movement on NH-5 has come to a standstill due to a heavy rockfall. Thousands of people in the district are facing difficulties due to the movement of the movement.
As soon as the information was received on Wednesday morning, five machines and workers were installed in both locations to restore the Border Roads Organization’s blocked road. With the closure of the National Highways, all other vehicles, including Road Transport Corporation buses, have stopped moving from Rekong Peo District Headquarters towards Pooh and Kaza. People walk through the blocked path and endanger their lives.
HRTC sends buses and sends them to passengers. Rekong Piao Khimiram Thakur from Road Transport Corporation Addl. Incharge said that taking into account people’s problems, the movement of passengers is done by transferring buses from the blocked route to Pooh-kaja so that people can reach the inconvenience.
OK Powari Kinnaur PK Singh of the Border Roads Organization said workers, including machines, are busy restoring the blocked route. Every effort will be made to open the blocked route.

Samvad News Agency

Sangla (Kinnaur). The hill was blocked near Kashang and Nesang on Kinnaur District National Highway 5 late Tuesday evening. Vehicle movement on NH-5 has come to a standstill due to a heavy rockfall. Thousands of people in the district are facing difficulties due to the movement of the movement.

As soon as the information was received Wednesday morning, five machines and workers were installed in both locations to restore the Border Roads Organization’s blocked road. With the closure of the National Highways, all other vehicles, including Road Transport Corporation buses, have stopped moving from Rekong Peo District Headquarters towards Pooh and Kaza. People walk through the blocked path and endanger their lives.

HRTC sends buses and sends them to passengers. Rekong Piao Khimiram Thakur from Road Transport Corporation Addl. Incharge said that taking into account people’s problems, the movement of passengers is done by transferring buses from the blocked route towards Pooh-Kaza so that people can reach the inconvenience.

OK Powari Kinnaur PK Singh of the Border Roads Organization said workers, including machines, are busy restoring the blocked route. Every effort will be made to open the blocked route.

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