ISLAMABAD (APP) The helicopter service has resumed in Attaabad after one-day suspension, said sources Thursday. The water discharge from Ataabad Lake was recorded at 16,607 cusecs while the water inflow decreased to 4 inches due to the bad weather, a private news channel reported. The helicopter and boat service was resumed in Attaabad that has been suspended for last two days due to heavy rains. The administration had asked the affectees of upper Hunza for the extension of three days in deadline of widening spillway but no negotiations have been seen yet in this regard. The affectees of Shishkit and Gilmat had given the administration the deadline of June 29, 2010 but the Force Commander Gilgit-Baltistan General Javed Bajwa asked for three more days for the widening of Attabad Lake spillway. It is to be noted that a protest was held on June 18 and 19 in Tehsil Gojal and Ali Abad demanding the spillway to be widened. The day saw clashes between the police and the affectees, which forces them to widen the spillway. Taking notice of the seriousness of the situation, the local government negotiated with the people and assured that the authorities would blow up the boulders amid the spillway to enhance the outflow up to 30 to 40 thousand cusecs. However, the outflow has not touched the figure of 16000 cusecs yet.