Funds were distributed in full for 176 uplift projects. The Punjab government claims to have released funding totaling Rs6.77 billion for 176 uplift initiatives run by various departments as part of the annual development program for the Sargodha division’s four districts.
The discovery came during a Sunday review meeting convened by Commissioner Dr. Farah Masood on the pace of development projects.
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We have informed the conference that provided Rs865 million for 36 initiatives in Bhakkar, Rs647 million for 30 programs in Khushab, Rs2.74 billion for 36 schemes in Mianwali Rs2.49 billion for 74 projects in Sargodha.
According to the Punjab government, one hundred seventy-six uplift initiatives of various departments under the yearly development program for the four districts of the Sargodha division have been funded entirely with money totaling Rs6.77 billion to the government.
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Revealed the information on Sunday during a review meeting on the progress of development activities, which was presided over by Commissioner Dr. Farah Masood.
The commissioner stated that work on around Rs9.62 billion worth of projects is underway during the current fiscal year. Funds were distributed in full for 176 uplift projects.
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