"The Srinagar-Jammu road has been closed due to landslides at six places due to rainfall," a spokesman of the Traffic Department said.
He said with adverse weather forecast for the next two days, the road is unlikely to be opened for traffic on Sunday.  "Any person intending to travel between Jammu and Srinagar should contact the traffic control room before embarking on the journey," the spokesman said.
The arterial highway, the only all-weather surface link between Kashmir and rest of the country, was opened on Saturday  for one-way traffic after remaining closed for five days due to landslides.
An official at Srinagar International Airport said no passenger flights have arrived since morning due to inclement weather.
However, a state aircraft carrying ministers of the state government arrived here from Jammu this morning. The ministers will assess the flood damage and relief measures required for rehabilitation of the victims.

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