Rama Subramanian, the BRO commander, said big boulders fell on the highway along with debris.
Due to the landslide and closure of the highway, around 2,000 travellers on way to Badrinath, the famous pilgrim spot in the hill state, were left stranded at various places. SP Chamoli said that she has informed the police at Badrinath to stop the downward movement of any vehicle from the shrine till the road gets open.
PTI had reported the District Collector Ashish Joshi saying that the Border Roads Organisation working continuously working to clear the roads.
"By noon all roads will be cleared, and by evening, all pilgrims will be made to board trains to their respective home stations".
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