Smog con­tin­ues to wreak havoc in Pun­jab

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LA­HORE: Thick blan­ket of smog has con­tin­ued to wreak havoc in parts of Pun­jab as flight and train op­er­a­tions re­mained sus­pended on Thurs­day morn­ing.

The rou­tine ac­tiv­i­ties of the pub­lic suf­fered a set­back as fog en­gulfed the province. The traf­fic flow also got af­fected and cre­ated prob­lems for the peo­ple as they failed to reach their des­ti­na­tion on time.

Flight op­er­a­tion in La­hore, Rawalpindi, Mul­tan, Faisal­abad and Sialkot re­mained shut through the night, pri­vate news chan­nel re­ported.

Sim­i­lar sit­u­a­tion was wit­nessed at Mo­tor­way that was closed for traf­fic from Go­jra to Faisal­abad. Traf­fic also moved with a slow speed on Na­tional High­way. On the other hand, as many as 22 peo­ple sus­tained se­vere wounds in dif­fer­ent smog-re­lated mishaps.

Ac­cord­ing to Pak­istan Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal De­part­ment (PMD), mainly dry weather is ex­pected in most parts of the coun­try. Dense foggy/smoggy con­di­tions are ex­pected in Pun­jab and foggy over D.I.khan, Pe­shawar and Sukkur di­vi­sions dur­ing night and morn­ing hours.

LA­HORE: Thick blan­ket of smog has con­tin­ued to wreak havoc in parts of Pun­jab as flight and train op­er­a­tions re­mained sus­pended .

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