Uttarakhand News: Badrinath National Highway was again closed due to debris in Lambagad Khachda Nallah late last night. The highway was opened only on Friday morning. Traffic was restored on the highway at around 11 am.
Badrinath National Highway, which was blocked since night at Bachelikhal near Devprayag, has opened for traffic at 7 am. Traffic on the highway came to a halt at around 9 pm due to debris. On the other hand, the Badrinath National Highway was again closed due to debris in Lambagad Khachda Nallah late last night.
Earlier, about 10 meters of the drain at Lambagad on the Badrinath highway was washed away due to the overflow. Due to this, the movement of vehicles on the highway was completely stopped. However, when the weather cleared on Friday morning, the work of opening the highway started and traffic was restored at around 11 am.
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Khachda drain in Lambagad on Badrinath highway remains a problem. The highway is often closed here when it rains. At around 1 pm on Thursday night, the drain came in spate due to heavy rain in the area, causing traffic disruption as a part of the highway overflowed. When the highway was closed, the police stopped the vehicles going to the Dham at Pandukeshwar itself. On the opening of the highway in the morning, more than 40 small and big vehicles left for Badrinath Dham.
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Rescued the sick with a palanquin
Gabbar Singh Badwal of Mana village suddenly deteriorated on Thursday night, but due to the closure of the drain in Lambagad, it was difficult to take him to the hospital. After this, the SDRF present on the spot took Gabbar Singh across the drain with the help of a palanquin and took him to the health center with the help of 108.
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