Additional plots in the Balakot City project are required
Additional plots in the Balakot City project are required. Ahmad Hussain Shah, a special assistant to the chief minister, has requested that the National Disaster Management Authority chairman increase the number of plots in the New Balakot City project.
He also advocated for the early assignment of plots to survivors of the 2005 earthquake, who reside in prefabricated dwellings. Additional plots in the Balakot City project are required.
Mr Shah told that he led a group from Balakot to Islamabad earlier this week and met with the NDMA chairman to relay such demands. He stated that earthquake survivors desired an expedited allocation of plots at the NBC housing project and the prompt restart of work on around 11,000 kanals of land.
According to the CM’s aide, the NDMA chairman solicited support from stakeholders, including local MPs, for the commencement of work and would meet with the chief minister on Monday to discuss the housing project’s early completion.
Security: Police officer Arif Javed of Upper Kohistan district has requested that the police protect Chinese nationals working on the Dasu hydropower project.
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“We are responsible for the safety of foreigners working on this major energy project in the district. So we [we] must offer them with perfect security,” Mr Javed told Thursday’s monthly crime meeting in Dasu, Upper Kohistan’s district headquarters.
The conference was attended by the SHOs of all police stations and the deputy superintendent of police, who presented their performance reports. In addition, the DPO directed an investigation into outlaws and drug peddlers throughout the district.
Irregularity: Sikandar Mansoor, the Tehsil Municipal Administrator of Balakot, has publicly requested that numerous contractors refund a total of Rs130 million that they received without completing development works.
“I have served letters on contractors to remit money to the exchequer that they withdrew after completing development plans on paper but not on the ground. If they do not take appropriate measures within two weeks, I will refer the subject to the National Accountability Bureau,” he told reporters in Balakot on Wednesday. It is necessary to purchase additional plots in the Balakot City project.
Dengue: Torghar Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Fawad Khan has urged the district’s health department to take preventative measures against dengue.
“Because our neighbouring districts have reported dengue outbreaks, we should ensure fumigation and adopt other preventative measures against the mosquito-borne sickness in our district,” Mr Fawad told a Judbah meeting. It is necessary to purchase additional plots in the Balakot City project.
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