Sialkot: The city package, which comprises the construction of six major highways, is progressing at an accelerated rate under the direction of the Punjab administration. Project completion has been targeted for the middle of December.
Also, Deputy Commissioner Shah Mir Iqbal made this statement on Tuesday during a meeting in the DC Office. Shah Mir Iqbal stated that the estimated cost of constructing six roads as part of the city bundle was 1091 million rupees.
The deputy commissioner stated that the infrastructure of the industrially significant city was to be improved. He noted that the work was monitored daily to ensure the product was completed promptly.
On Tuesday, Muhammad Ali Randhawa, Commissioner and Director General of the Lahore Development Authority (LDA), presided over an all-encompassing meeting that deliberated on critical matters about the LDA and the Traffic Engineering & Transport Planning Agency (TEPA).
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