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February 11, 2019 | Agencies

Stranded passengers in Jammu rue increased fares by airlines, demand for airlift

Thousands of Kashmir bound passengers stranded in parts of this winter capital of the state due to closure of Jammu-Srinagar national highway in view of landslide near Ramban, have rued the airlines for increasing fare from Jammu to Srinagar thus taking an advantage of the situation.

Around 10,000 passengers from Kashmir are stuck up in Jammu due to the blocked highway and have been accommodated in government buildings, community halls, hostels and other places.

The passengers however, demanded that they should be airlifted to Srinagar so that they can reach their respective destinations.

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Stranded passengers in Jammu rue increased fares by airlines, demand for airlift

              

Thousands of Kashmir bound passengers stranded in parts of this winter capital of the state due to closure of Jammu-Srinagar national highway in view of landslide near Ramban, have rued the airlines for increasing fare from Jammu to Srinagar thus taking an advantage of the situation.

Around 10,000 passengers from Kashmir are stuck up in Jammu due to the blocked highway and have been accommodated in government buildings, community halls, hostels and other places.

The passengers however, demanded that they should be airlifted to Srinagar so that they can reach their respective destinations.

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