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Recent floods disrupt eight roads


KATHMANDU:- The incessant-rain triggered floods have obstructed eight different roads across the country. The Pushpalal Highway, Dumre-Beshishahar-Chame Road, Rapti Highway among others were flooded thereby leading to shutdown of traffic movement in these roads, according to Department of Roads.
Hilepani-Jayaramghat Halesi road section under the Pushpalal Highway in Okhaldhunga, Akkare Bhir under the Khurkot-Ghurmi road section in Sindhuli district and Solukhola area have been obstructed by the flood.
The road sections leading to Nigalghari, Khotro and Danakyu along the Dumre-Beshisahar-Chamre in Manang district remain hindered due to flood.
In Bajhang, Khodpe-Chainpur Road, Dhangadi-Sahajpur-Budar road and Satbajh-Thaktoli-Darchula-Tinkar road has been blocked since last Tuesday.
Similarly, in Kalikot, Dhungeshwor-Satkhamba-Dullu-Pipalkot-Khulal-Manma-Naga-Jumla road has been obstructed.
Of the 12 blocked roads, four were already reopened after clearing off the debris and carrying out necessary maintenance.

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