Hazara mountains receive snow

Abdul Khaliq Qureshi

Abbottabad

The highest peak of mountains Meera Jani near Nathiagali received at least 6 inches snow during early hours of Tuesday.
Cold waves together with intermittent rain on lower parts of the district including city area men were being seen wearing woolen clothes with a passage of various weeks long sun shine by facing extreme dry weather.
The main Karakorum Highway (KKH) along with all streets available in city area were fully covered with muddy as well as rainy water completely, while the sewerages were observed over flowing in the city as the rain started at Tuesday night, and the rain was falling continuously till filing of instant report unto this evening.
However, reports received from Kaghan, Naraan,Ghanche, Leepa and Musa Ka Masallah valleys of Hazara says that such mountains were found completely wearing white snow, and the rivers known as river Kunhar, Jhelum, Neelum and Sindh were flowing normally sans flood.
Anyhow, it was worth mentioning here that icy winds were observed blowing around the clock to compel suburbs to stay indoors, sans which there was no way out to observe peace and harmony, otherwise, there was no chance to protect human bodies even with thick layer of woolen clothes too.
The youths of the Abbottonians were feeling pleasure and joy to view Meera Jani Hills which was completely full of fresh snow together with the Cheer trees branches were touching to the ground because of snow weight received by them.

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