Freezing weather all across Pakistan has killed more than 80 people across Pakistan as rescue teams fail in reaching for aid to the people stranded in the distant lands.
Winter Frights and readily dropping temperature towards the North has proved to be drastic for the locals as bad weather leaves the people stranded in dangerous weather conditions.
Avalanches, flooding and harsh winter condition has killed more than 80 people across Pakistan in recent days, officials said Tuesday.
Pakistani Kashmir was the worst-hit area, with 63 people killed and 10 others missing, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) said in a statement. Frequent avalanches and landslides occur in Kashmir during the winter, often blocking roads and leaving communities isolated.
Forecasts suggest more harsh weather is on the way.
Authorities have shuttered schools, while several highways and roads were closed across the country’s northern mountainous areas, according to officials.
To the southeast in Balochistan province, at least 20 people had been killed in separate weather-related incidents