Earlier, a 110-km tailback was created on the highway from Chouddagram on Friday night, causing immense suffering to commuters
The long tailback created at Feni and Chouddagram points of Cumilla on the Dhaka-Chattagram highway, which has caused immense suffering to passengers for the last five days, has been reduced to 15km from Sunday's 110km.
Besides, now there is a 15km tailback from Padua in Cumilla to Lemuabazar in Feni, said UNB?s Feni correspondent visiting the spot on Monday.
Highway police sources said that the vehicles were moving slowly.
Earlier, a 110-km tailback was created on the highway from Chouddagram on Friday night, causing immense suffering to commuters.
The construction of an overpass in Fatehpur in Feni caused the tailback, which went out of control.
However, the situation has been brought under control as of Sunday night.
A 12-km tailback was created from Zimla area to Toll Plaza area in Daudkandi upazila, said Abul Kalam Azad, officer-in-charge of Cumilla highway police.