Atta Abad lake water has started to out flow from the spillway here from Saturday while, the affectees are being shifted to secure places. According to media reports, Chairman DMA Lieutenant General Nadeem Ahmad said that villages located around the lake have been evacuated in wake of flash flood that could be caused by increase in water outflow. Water is flowing from the spillway with speed of 200 to 300 cusecs. The bridge of the lake would not sustain for long hour. He said that helicopters are taking review of the situation to tackle any untoward situation. He said that breakage of the bridge could cause damage of link roads. He said that leaves of all employees of concerned departments 15 kilometer far from control Room Lake, have been cancelled to tackle any untoward situation and all precautionary arrangements have been completed in this regard. He said that Hunza section embankment on Kurra Karram highway has been closed in wake of burst of Atta Abad Lake while indicators has been installed to detect breakage of the embankment. He further informed that Pak Army, rescue teams and Administration is continually monitoring the lake view. According to Laal Khan worker of "Focus Pakistan" a non-governmental organization, Atta Abad water is out flowing from the spillway with speed of 5 cusecs per second and is increasing with passage of time. General (r) Nadeem Ahmad in an interview to BBC said that water would come in the spillway with 200 to 300 cusec per second while currently water inflow in the lake is 3000 cusec. He said that initial pressure on the embankment formed as result of land sliding would not hold so much more while three to four feet increase in lake level is necessary for putting more pressure on the embankment. Melting glaciers could increase water inflow, he added. The administration of DharHunza Nagar has high alerted the area in wake of expected flood flush while, the government of Gilgit Baltistan has closed Karakorum highway from Gilgit to Hunza till further orders. Meanwhile, DCO Hunza Zafar Waqar Taj said that all precautionary measures have been completed in view of water outflow from the spillway. He said that water outflow from the spillway is under control but increase in outflow could cause threats. He said that the area is being monitored.