ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Monday expressed concern over possible flooding in the artificially formed lake in Hunza that will inundate the nearby villages. He directed Mian Manzoor Ahmad Wattoo, minister for Kashmir affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, to personally visit the area and assess the situation. He asked Wattoo to examine the problems of the affected people and adopt immediate measures to give relief to them. Meanwhile, COAS Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani visited Attabad area to review the rescue work where a 12.08 km artificial lake has been formed by a massive landslide on January 04. The Jawans of Pakistan Army are not only participating in relief activities but are also trying their level best to avoid sudden outburst of the artificial lake. The Govt of Gilgit-Baltistan had formally requested the Pakistan army to cope with natural calamity. The artificial lake was formed by a landslide in early January, which killed 19 people and blocked the Hunza River. During visit of Army Chief to Attabad, the engineers of Pakistan briefed him about the rescue work. They said they are trying to make 415 metres long, 40 metres width and 20 metres depth spillway and Frontier Works Organization (FWO) has been asked to execute the task. The Army Chief reviewed the rescue work in length and lauded the courage and work of army Jawans and FWO. The Army Chief was also informed that Pakistan army has also started a boat service so that food and other commodities could be dispatched to the affected people. According to the sources, Chief of the Army Staff Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani directed FWO to complete the task as soon as possible.