ISLAMABAD (APP) - At least five more villages and some part of Karakorum Highway have submerged under water after appearance of Hunza, Ataabad Lake tragedy. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has postponed his aerial visit to the affected areas on Saturday owing to bad weather, a private news channel reported. However, the boat service has not been restored on account of aerial visits of Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif and Governor Salman Taseer. The water level has risen alarmingly over 337 feet, which submerged 15-kilometers long part of Karakorum Highway and left the major traffic suspended. Deputy Commissioner Hunza Nagar Waqar Taj said that rescue operation has been speeded up to reopen the road and it will be opened for traffic till 3:00pm if no fresh land sliding occurred. He said operation is underway to remove wooden hanging bridges at four different places in Hunza Nagar to avoid damage in case of expected flooding due to water discharge from Ataabad Lake.