Final report of land acquisition for RRR project submitted for approval. The Rawalpindi Ring Road (RRR) project’s land acquisition committee, the District Price Assessment Committee (DPAC), has submitted its final report on land purchase in 28 villages along the proposed route.
Final report on a piece of land When the Punjab Board of Revenue (BoR) meets again in the near future, it will eventually approve the land acquisition budget. According to reliable sources, the government has already put Section 4 of the Land Acquisition Act 1894 into effect in order to make land acquisition more convenient. The land will be bought for a charge ranging between PKR 100,000 and PKR 800,000 per Kanal, as defined by the Department of Planning and Development. The finance department, on the other hand, will finalise the budget for the land acquisition project.
Additionally, officials stated that the government had recouped nearly half of the land acquisition payments that had been halted as a result of the charges of stealing. However, half of what is left will be retrieved within the next few days. Syed Gulzar Hussain Shah, Rawalpindi Commissioner, during a visit to the proposed ring road site, authorised Nespak to develop a Project Concept-1 (PC-1) for the Ring Road’s merger with the motorway at the Thalian Interchange. A request for approval of the RRR project has been submitted.
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The National Highway and Motorway Administration will review and approve the final proposal (NHA). The Rawalpindi Ring Road (RRR) project is a must-mentioned megaproject in the city. The 38-kilometre highway will link Rawat and Murat, diverting traffic away from the city’s central business district. The project is being launched as part of the provincial government’s Annual Development Programme (ADP).
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