Tral : A Water dam commonly known as “Panner Dam”, located at Panner Jageer , village of Tral in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district, 8 Kms from tehsil headquarter,which is very wonderful and a must visit place in South Kashmir faces official neglect,
The place is very much attractive in less crowded area where People can spend an entire day over here to enjoy the beautification of this place.
According to locals , The Dam is very old, which distributes water to nearby paddy fields of Panner and Mandoora in summer season and also children’s from nearby areas use to bath there to beat the heat in hot weather conditions, which gives immense pleasure to them, as the water in the dam is very cold.
The Dam is located at high attitude place of the village near about 2 Kms from the main village in dense beautiful forests. But unfortunately, The condition of dam is very bad and road towards the Dam is in dilapidated condition which gives tough time to visitors and local people there since decades.
The Dam is covered with green forests in three sides which catches the attention of visitors.
“I have been visiting this place since few years and I never saw a place and waterbody like “Panner Dam” anywhere in Tral.I enjoyed very well here with my family for full day. I like to visit here again and again but indeed authorities should upgrade this place to make it more attractive for visitors”, Mohammad Ashraf Bhat from Tral said while talking to Kashmir Observer.
The people of the area requested the authorities to develop this place so that people from other areas can also visit to see the beautification of this Dam.They also requested that the road leading towards the Dam should be macadamized as early as possible.
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