Landslide in Rudraprayag: The highway had to be closed due to landslide in Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand. A video of this has surfaced in which boulders are continuously falling from the hill and passengers are stranded on both sides.
The Rudraprayag-Gaurikund National Highway leading to Kedarnath has been closed due to a landslide from a hill near Banswara. A video has surfaced in which it can be seen how big rocks are falling from the hill on the way. After which the movement was completely stopped. Let us tell you that before the construction of the all-weather road, there was a large landslide area in Banswara, where there were many major accidents due to landslides, but after the construction of the all-weather road, the landslide in Banswara was closed in the last 2-3 years.
Horrible scene seen in the video
A video related to this has surfaced in which boulders are continuously falling from the hill. It is understandable how dangerous it could have been to pass through these roads. The decision to close the highway averted a major accident. At the same time, the highway has also been blocked due to the fall of the boulder. Cars and pedestrians are stuck on both sides.
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Bhi-Chopta motorway collapsed
The maximum damage is being caused to the motorways due to the rains. Due to the rain on Friday night, the Bhiri-Chopta motorway connecting Chopta, the famous tourist destination of Rudraprayag, also met with a disaster. Due to the rains, motorways are being closed at places and the problems of the general public are increasing. A part of the motorway in Paldwadi has completely collapsed. The motorway here is not even worth walking on foot. On the other hand, landslides are continuing at places on Kedarnath Highway as well.
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