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15 Bodies Recovered in Neelum Valley
Rescuers from the Pakistani army, to recover civil administration and local people 15 bodies of soldiers and civilians who were buried under two avalanches over the past 48 hours, snow-capped in a remote area of ​​Neelum valley, says the start.

"By Saturday afternoon, the bodies of nine army personnel and civilians who have recovered from beneath the huge mass of snow and mud," said deputy commissioner Neelum Saqib Munir Dawn back from the incident site.

Was hit junior commissioned officer (JCO) and two soldiers by a large mass of snow and mud near the post Qasim on Thursday.The place contact with more than eight hour journey on foot from village Tejian, about 127 kilometers north of here. the army rescue party was led by Captain Imran to recover the missing army personnel after Friday prayers.

Together with the army team of over 24 people from Banthal and Domel villages located near with the post.The Qasim DC said rescuers recovered was itself another avalanche hit when the two companies.

"The army arrested eight men and seven civilians under an avalanche," he said. He said that the new team was to conduct a rescue operation and by Saturday evening, 15 bodies were recovered, including Captain Imran.

"Thanks to the weather was clear today but the rescue operation is to stop the safety of rescuers after the sunset," he said said.Mr Munir rescue operation would resume on Sunday to recover the bodies of two soldiers and one civilian. He said the dead were civilians village Banthal but one was still missing a resident of village Domel.

"The local people always cooperate with the army and it was the same spirit that they had gone to recover the missing soldiers on Friday," he said. He said the funerals of the victims would be available in Sharda following 11:00 bodies would be dispatched to
in their native areas.
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