Travel to Murree and Galyat banned

Travel to Murree and Galyat banned for another 24 hours

Tourists will not be allowed to visit these places, only locals are allowed to move: Home Minister

Travel to Murree and Galyat banned for another 24 hours.

According to details, an important statement has been issued by Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed regarding the current situation in Murree and Galyat.

The Home Minister said that the ban on going to Murree and Galyat has been extended for another 24 hours. Tourists will not be allowed to visit these places, only locals are allowed to move.

operations and rescue operations are underway in Murree

On the other hand, according to media reports, rescue operations and rescue operations are underway in Murree. All the main highways affected by the snowfall have been reopened while a large number of tourists have returned. However, even after three days, normalcy could not be fully restored in Murree when it snowed again in the city.

The Punjab government has said that all tourists should not travel to Murree and its environs and should cooperate with the district administration.

Regarding the Murree tragedy, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) National Assembly member Sadaqat Ali Abbasi said that the Murree tragedy is a very sad incident.

Blizzard came at night, this incident took place between Jhika Gali, Kaldana and Barian, 15 to 16 trees and electricity poles fell due to blizzard,

more than 5 feet of snow fell in Nathia Gali, it became impossible to walk in this area.

He said that there were people in 5 vehicles in which heaters were run. Carbon monoxide knocked people unconscious and then died, despite the excess stock of salt could not be delivered.

He said that Jhika Gali is the place where Shahbaz Sharif had approved a parking plaza,

his approval was given to Sheikh Ansar but to date no parking plaza has been constructed.

If there was a parking plaza, maybe 600 vehicles would have been parked there.

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