Meghalaya's national highway has suffered severe damage.

National Highway 62, which links Siju, Karukol, and Baghmara from East Garo Hills to Assam, has been completely cut off for the past six days . Officials said that the road has been damaged in Siju, a tourist spot best known for bat caves .

Shillong: Due to landslides, the National Highway 62, which links Siju, Karukol, and Baghmara from East Garo Hills to Assam, has been completely cut off for the past six days.On Wednesday, Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma inspected the road, but officials said it would take some time before it opens.Officials said that the road has been damaged in Siju, a tourist spot best known for bat caves.Although the caves have not been weakened, all of the tourist facilities have been destroyed.

A teenage woman was killed in a landslide near Siju cave when she was surviving.An official said her four-year-old son and husband fled at Siju and later visited Siju primary health center, where four children are being treated.The Rewak hanging bridge, the state's longest bridge that connects many villages on the other side of the Simsang, was also completely weakened.