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Sanfe-Martadi highway blocked


07 July 2024  

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BAJURA: The Sanfe-Martadi highway has been blocked due to landslides triggered by incessant rainfall for the past few days.

Bajura District Police Office Police Inspector and Information Officer Dev Chaudhary said that the highway has been blocked due to landslides near Serabagar, Haddekhola and District Jail.

As the highway was blocked, long and short-distance vehicles and cargo vehicles were stranded.

Buses coming from Dhangadhi, Mahendranagar and Nepalgunj have been stopped on the road after the highway was blocked.

Meanwhile, the Martadi-Kolti road connecting the northeast part of the district remains blocked for traffic for the past five days.

Police Inspector Chaudhary said the government that the road was blocked after landslides started in Badimalika municipality-7 district due to continuous rain.

Chief District Officer Bhimkant Paudel said only after the rain stops the landslide debris can be cleared and traffic resumes regularly.

Publish Date : 07 July 2024 12:56 PM

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