SHANGLA: A suspension timber bridge over the Indus River linking Kabalgram area of Shangla with Torghar became broken because of heavy windstorm the alternative night time. The humans of Kabalgram could use the bridge to carry food commodities from Torghar.

nearby human beings informed this correspondent on Wednesday that the suspension bridge, which links Kabalgram place of Shangla with Torghar, was broken and maximum of its planks broke down after it turned into hit with the aid of sturdy windstorm.


Taj Akbar, a resident of the area, stated that the bridge turned into already in awful shape and they had again and again informed the applicable government about it, but to no avail. He stated that many injuries had happened at the bridge wherein numerous human beings were injured.

He said that the bridge became the only source of transportation of food commodities from Torghar.

the area people have demanded of the government to rebuild the bridge as quickly as feasible in order that they may deliver meals commodities from Torghar.

in the meantime, a natural world watcher died after he fell from a cliff. In keeping with sub-divisional wooded area officer, Zahid Hussain, the watcher of a compartment, Bakht Afsar, died after he fell from a cliff.

He changed into laid to relaxation in Domrai place of Shangla.

net service RESTORED: Regretting inconvenience precipitated to its clients in Bisham town, the p.C. Has restored the net provider.

In a assertion, the p.C. Stated that in trench excavation inside the major marketplace the underground cable were given affected, ensuing in transient suspension of internet services. However, the difficulty has been rectified and provider restored now. The customers at the moment are taking part in quicker internet velocity, with appropriate first-class services, the declaration said.

The action became taken and internet provider restored after a file posted in sunrise on July 2. The percent has entreated its clients to dial its Helpline 1218 for well timed reaction in case of any lawsuits.

published in , July 11th, 2019