Meghalaya Floods: One-way vehicular movement along NH 6 started on trial basis

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National Highway 6 is crucial for road connectivity between Meghalaya to Barak Valley in Assam and Northeastern states like Tripura, Mizoram and Manipur
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Guwahati: After hard work by the team of traffic police of Meghalaya, the National Highway 6 has started the one-way vehicular movement on a trial basis.

The chief minister on Sunday along with state home minister Lahkmen Rymbui visited the site of the landslide at NH 6 Lumshnong to take stock of the damages and to discuss the next course of action with the officials.

CM Sangma also inspected the divergent road via star cement premises in Lumshnong which is the ultimate road being used for vehicles to pass through while restoration works for NH 6 take place.

Notably, a portion of NH 6 at Lumshnong in Meghalaya has been washed away on June 16, 2022 morning following incessant rain over the last week.

National Highway 6 is crucial for road connectivity between Meghalaya to Barak Valley in Assam and Northeastern states like Tripura, Mizoram and Manipur.

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma taking to Twitter said, “After hard work by the team traffic on NH 6 has started one way on a trial basis. We hope to get things normalised soon. Congrats to the team.”

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