Interchange development of Capital Smart City Islamabad had began

Interchange development of Capital Smart City Islamabad had began

Islamabad: According to official sources, Capital Smart City has quickly begun building the interchange that will make it easy to get to Capital Smart City Islamabad (CSCI). CSCI property owners will benefit from the development of a separate interchange for the society.

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Investors and the general public were told through social media and other media platforms that CSCI Developers will build a dedicated interchange for Capital Smart City. Now, thanks to the hard work of the developers and management, this is a reality. So, why don’t you just do it? CALL US RIGHT AWAY to get your own commercial or residential plot in the Capital Smart City.

Before the construction of this interchange, the prices of plots for sale in Capital Smart City were low. This is good news for investors who bought plots before the construction of this interchange. Still, now is the best time to invest in the Capital Smart City Islamabad.

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COAS pledges to rebuild homes for flood victims

COAS pledges to rebuild homes for flood victims

General Qamar Bajwa, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), promised that the army would help flood victims rebuild their homes, according to news from August 31.

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COAS Bajwa went to Swat to meet people who were hurt by the recent flood and see how bad the damage was. He said that the damage in Sindh was very bad and urged the government to use the international help that was available to deal with the problems caused by the monsoon.

From Kalam to Kanju in Swat, army aviation helicopters saved people who had been caught in the flood, including women and children. The people who were moved thanked the army for their help and work. COAS also looked at the work that army troops were doing to help people in places like Khwazakhela, Bahrain, Kalam, and Matta in Swat. He also praised the Peshawar Corps for responding quickly and saving many lives.

The COAS reportedly said that the National Flood Response Centre will work like the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC). The centre will coordinate the efforts to help the affected people get better.

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The Punjab PDWP approves 9th road infrastructure development initiatives

The Punjab PDWP approves 9th road infrastructure development initiatives

News sources said that on Tuesday, August 30, the Punjab Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) gave its approval to nine road infrastructure development projects worth PKR 9 billion.

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During the 7th meeting of the PDWP, which took place here in Lahore and was led by Planning & Development Board Chairman Abdullah Khan Sumbal, the new development projects were approved. The board agreed to the following projects:

The road between Shujabad and Jalalpur Pirwala, which is 48 km long, will be fixed up with PKR 2.25 billion.
PKR The 26-kilometer-long road from Chishtian to Haroonabad will cost $1.287.5 billion to build and fix up.
The Vehari Mailsi Kahror Pacca Lodhran Road will be widened at a cost of PKR 996.8 million.
From Karor to Behal, which is 18 kilometers long, PKR 972 million has been set aside for road repair. From Choubara to Nawan Kot Road, which is 23 kilometers long, PKR 917.5 million has been set aside for road repair.

The road from Minchinabad to Dhak Pattan, which is 17 kilometers long, will be fixed up with PKR 875 million.
The Ludden Karam Pur Road in District Vehari will be fixed up with PKR 670 million. The Bahawalnagar to Arifwala Road, which is 17 kilometers long, will be fixed up with PKR 631.246 million.

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Punjab Government will overhaul the PGSHF business model

Punjab Government will overhaul the PGSHF business model

News sources said on August 30 that the Punjab government has decided to change the way the Punjab Government Servants Housing Foundation (PGSHF) does business. With the new model, retired government workers would be able to buy plots by paying for them over time or by getting loans from banks.

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According to reports, the Punjab Minister for Housing and Urban Development, Mian Aslam Iqbal, led a meeting of the housing department where ideas for changing the business model and giving home loans to retired employees were discussed. In the next budget, the government will plan for people who are retiring, the minister said. During the meeting, the following decisions were also made:

The Foundation will get 3,076 kanals of land in Chak No. 33 GB of Jaranwala to build a housing community for retired government workers.
The Punjab Housing and Town Planning Agency started private housing programmes and gave plots to retired government workers (PHATA)
Laws to stop the sale and purchase of plots given to government workers when they retire
Creating a business plan for giving bank loans to build houses

The minister also said that the proposals will be made by the right departments, and the Punjab cabinet will give its final approval.

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The CDA will rehabilitate a Mughal-period inn

The CDA will rehabilitate a Mughal-period inn

The CDA will restore an inn from the Mughal period.. News sources said that on Saturday, August 27, Captain (retired) Muhammad Usman Younas, the head of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), set up a committee to restore a Sarai (an inn) from the Mughal era that is 900 years old. The inn is in Sarai Kharbooza, which is in a rural part of the federal capital. It is close to the Grand Trunk (G T) Road.

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It is said that the chairman went to the old heritage site and gave orders to fix it up. He said that the place will be a big draw for tourists and will show how great Muslim architecture used to be. He also told experts in the field to get together and form a committee to help with the restoration project. The CDA will restore an inn from the Mughal period.

It’s important to note that the Mughal Emperor Jahangir stayed at the Sarai (an inn) in 1605 when he travelled along the Grand Trunk (GT) Road.

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