The Pakistani army has completed the construction of a 100-foot steel bridge in Bahrain, Swat.
Inspector General Frontier Corps North dedicated the newly built bridge. The ancient bridge was blocked from all traffic due to flood damage, which caused annoyance to the residents of the neighborhood.
The local populace will now have easier access to numerous regions thanks to the completion of the new steel bridge. The new bridge was built with the possibility of emergency events such as floods in mind, and it has been ensured that the bridge will continue standing in such situations.
The residents of Bahrain, Swat, applauded the army’s prompt and timely response to the incident. It is an honor for the Pakistan army to serve the people and provide the required infrastructure for their comfort and safety. The construction of the new bridge demonstrates the army’s dedication to serving the people of Pakistan.