In Bahrain, Swat, the Pakistan Army has recently built a 100-foot-long steel bridge to replace the old one that was damaged during recent floods and remained closed to traffic.
The new bridge was inaugurated by the Inspector General (IG) of Frontier Corps North and will provide the local population with easier access to various areas.
During the construction process, particular attention was paid to the design and structure of the new bridge to ensure that it can withstand natural calamities like floods.
The people of Bahrain, Swat, have expressed their gratitude to the Pakistan Army for constructing a state-of-the-art bridge that will benefit the community by facilitating travel and transportation in the area.
This initiative is expected to have a positive impact on the local economy by facilitating access to markets and other commercial activities.