Pakistan Army and PAF teams sent to Nathiagali to rescue stranded tourists after heavy snowfall

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Pakistan Army and PAF teams sent to Nathiagali to rescue stranded tourists after heavy snowfall

MURREE - Pakistan Army and PAF teams have been send to Nathiagali to rescue stranded tourists in the valley

Pakistan Military’s spokesperson, Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor, has said that a team Pak Army and Pakistan Air Force sent in support of civil administration to rescue stranded tourists in Nathia Gali, a scenic tourists’ destination.

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On media reports of stranded tourists at Toheed Abad near Nathia Gali a rescue team each of Army and PAF sent in support of civil administration. Rescue teams carrying medicines and food items. Road blocked due to heavy snowfall and broken down vehicles. Approach being cleared. 3:18 AM - Jan 22, 2019 link

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Director general, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that a rescue team each from Pakistan Army and PAF, carrying medicines and food items for stranded tourists, has been sent to support the civil administration in the area to carry out the rescue operation.

A disturbing situation exists in Tauheedabad area near Nathiagali where the tourists are trapped as heavy snow has covered the roads. Moreover; the local residents are also suffering due to the closed routes.

The heavy snowfall in the areas of Murree, Nathiagali, Abbottabad, Ayubia and other mountainous areas of the country have disturbed the daily routine in the scenic valley.