The BP Highway, which was blocked due to the flood in Mamti River on the border of Roshi Gaonpalika-11 and 12 of Kavrepalanchok due to incessant rains, has resumed one-way operation.
The highway was blocked after the river overflowed and piled up on the Ledo road. Ledo has been removed and brought into one-sided operation on the initiative of police, Roshi village municipality, Sayak project, and locals.
According to Shekhar Khadka, Inspector at the Area Police Office, Mangaltar, the one-way operation was carried out with the help of police and locals to take the stranded passengers to their destination.
According to Inspector Khadka, the vehicle, which was stopped at 12 pm on Friday after the road was blocked, started plying at 2.30 pm.
“After the road was blocked due to floods since last night, a police team deployed from Police Post Nepalthok, Roshi village and road project have been active in clearing the road in coordination with the District Police Office, Kavrepalanchok and District Police Office, Sindhuli,” he said.
Even if it is one-sided, the road is open for now. ” After the road was blocked, vehicles coming to Kathmandu from Ramechhap, Sindhuli, and Eastern Terai were stopped at Khurkot, and vehicles coming from Kathmandu were stopped at Kavrebhanjyang.
Chandra Bahadur Lama, an employee of the Suryabinayak-Dhulikhel-Sindhuli-Bardibas Road Project, said that the project had brought two JCBs and a loader to the road after the floods blocked the highway.
He said that JCB was still operating due to floods in the river.