11,000 stranded vehicles cross Zojila towards Kargil

Raja Syed Rather

Ganderbal, Apr 28: After days of being stranded on the Srinagar-Sonamarg-Gumari (SSG) road, over 11,000 vehicles finally made their way towards as officials worked to clear the path through the Zojila pass.

An official told that the vehicles, both private and commercial transports, had been stuck due to heavy snowfall and landslides in the region.

According to reports, the stranded drivers and commuters were advised to check traffic updates and follow traffic advisories before setting out on their journey.

SSP Traffic Rural, Ravinder Paul Singh (SSP) Traffic in rural told KNO that more than 1,100 vehicles had crossed through the pass in the last two days alone.

The clearing of the pass by officials has brought a sense of relief to the stranded commuters who had been facing difficulties due to the unavailability of food and basic amenities.

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