HUNZA (Online) Assistant Commissioner Hunza said water level in Attaabad lake has reached to 370 feet while, the outflow from the spillway was recorded as 400 cusecs. According to details, Assistant Commissioner Hunza Zamir Abbas brushed aside the possibility of lake burst and said water outflow is 70 cusecs per second. He said that water flow is at speed of 200 cusecs from base of the lake. He said that helicopters are monitoring the whole situation. He made clear that blasts are heard in Hunza due to underground changes. The cameras installed from Attaabad to Hunza to monitor emergency situation are out of order due to fault in optic fibre link. He said that increase in erosion in Gilmit is increasing the possibility of land sliding. He said that increase in water inflow in the lake has submerged more than 13 houses in Tehsil Headquarters Gilmit. Shahra-e-Gilgit Rawalpindi section would remain open till the sirens detecting emergency situation are not during the flash flood. He said that relief goods are being dispatched to the affectees through helicopter service. Meanwhile talking to a private Assistant Commissioner Hunza Zamir Abbas said that outflow of water from Attabad Lake is increasing steadily, making the next 24 to 48 hours extremely critical. Hunza-Gilgit section of Karakoram Highway will remain open from 7:00am to 4:00pm on Monday until authorities issue any warning, he added. Karakoram University Vice Chancellor Dr Najma Najam said the university would also start regular classes from Monday. Meanwhile, NDMA Chairman Lt Gen (r) Nadim Ahmed has put the pace of water outflow through spillway at 150 cusecs while strict monitoring is being undertaken of both water inflow and outflow. The next 24 to 48 hours are extremely critical and now we only expect the people to extend maximum cooperation, he asserted. He said the situation would be further cleared up when the outflow reaches 1000 cusecs. He called upon the people to cooperate and avoid going near the lake. APP adds: Around 240 cusecs water discharge is taking place through the narrow spillway constructed by FWO on barrier of the lake formed on Hunza River, said Lala Khan, In-charge of Focus Humanitarian Assistance while talking to this agency here on Monday. Rate of erosion has also increased and slowly spreading in lateral directions, he said. The volume of water discharge is likely to increase constantly over the next couple of days. In the wake of this, new houses are being dismantled in Gilmit because of the surging water level in the natural lake formed as a result of the Attabad landslide disaster. Inflow of the water in Hunza River is around 3700 cusecs while the cumulative discharge has increased 500 cusecs.