All major roads opened for traffic in Murree: ISPR
RAWALPINDI ( Web News )
Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) after the rescue and relief operation of Pakistan Army has announced on Sunday that all major roads have been opened for traffic in Murree.
According to the details issued by ISPR, the soldiers of Pakistan Army are still working to open the minor link roads while the stranded tourists have been shifted to Islamabad.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Army established relief camps in Murree. The engineers are busy in opening the roads and the other groups of soldiers have been deployed to provide food and water to the relief camps. On the other hand, the healthcare units are fully functional to render services to the people of the country.
It is worth mentioning here that at least 23 people have lost their lives while being trapped in their vehicles after snowstorm in Murree and other northern areas of the country.
The soldiers of Pakistan Army assisted the civil administration participated in relief activities to rescue the stranded tourists.
Over 100,000 cars had entered the scenic town of Murree in the past few days to see the unusually heavy snowfalls, causing an enormous traffic jam on roads leading in and out.
Rescue 1122 service has released the details of the people who have lost their lives trapped in their cars.