Con­struc­tion of bridge link­ing Bara Kahu with Bari Imam de­manded

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES -

IS­LAM­ABAD—The bridge link­ing Bhara Kahu to Bari Imam is in di­lap­i­dated con­di­tion due to luke­warm at­ti­tude of the au­thor­i­ties con­cerned. The bridge is in dan­ge­ri­ous po­si­tion as the safety pil­lars on both sides of it have bro­ken, vis­i­ble big cracks can be wit­nessed on it, and they will be cause a mishaps any­time.

How­ever, de­spite many com­plaints, the au­thor­ties con­cerned have yet to take any ac­tion to re­pair it, the res­i­dents of the lo­cal­ity com­plained. An oth­ers res­i­dent, Muhammad Faheem told APP that the bridge was the a fa­cil­ity for pedes­tri­ans and mo­torists to cross over a wa­ter pipe­line, but later it was turned into a road as it was the short­est route to reach Is­lam­abad. How­ever, at present, he said that there were fears that it could col­lapsed any mo­ment.—APP Hai Sab Zara Zara’ ‘Mu­jay Yad

Mem­bers of Is­lam­abad Flo­ral Art So­ci­ety on the oc­ca­sion of flo­ral art class.—DNA

Former Se­na­tor Akram Zaki speak­ing at launch­ing of Abida Rehmani’s book at RAC on Mon­day.—DNA

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