ISLAMABAD (APP) The local administration on Friday declared the next 24 hours crucial as the distance between lake level and spillway is reducing swiftly. The local administration said water level in Attabad lake is increasing sharply due to rain and the coming 24 hours are crucial. Sporadic rain can halt helicopter service for the affectees, which multiplies the sufferings of the affectees, a news channel reported.Karakoram Highway till Gilgit has been closed for an indefinite period because of possible water spill from the lake. The closure disconnected land link between Hunza and Gilgit. National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has also announced that the night between May 28 and 29 is very important for the exit of water from the Hunza lake. Arrangements have been completed to cope with any emergency and situation is being thoroughly monitored by the departments concerned. Regarding relief operations, the channel reported the Federal government was in touch with Gilgit-Baltistan administration and affected people in camps are being provided with relief goods in collaboration with NGOs and UN agencies. As far as medical facilities are concerned, teams have been sent to relief camps in the affected areas. An 18-member team of doctors from Punjab has arrived in Gilgit. Meanwhile, Speaker Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly, Wazir Baig has said the experts were busy in calculating the losses so as to deliver compensation amount to the affectess. He said control rooms have been established at different police stations.