The National Logistics Cell (NLC) will build the Bhara Kahu Bypass, according to news from September 20. This contract was given to the NLC by the Capital Development Authority (CDA).
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According to the details, the authority opened financial bids for government-owned construction companies like Frontier Work Organization (FWO) and NLC on Monday, September 19. It was said that the work orders will be sent to the chosen state-owned construction company in a few days.
The CDA officials, whose names were not given, also said that the company will soon get its equipment ready for the project’s opening, which will be done by Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif.
It’s important to remember that PM Shehbaz told the CDA to start working on the Bhara Kahu Bypass right away and finish it in four months. Details show that the five-kilometer road will start near the Quaid-e-Azam stop on Murree Road and end near the Jugi bus stop, which is across from Punjab Cash and Carry. From there, a one-kilometer-long flyover will be built that will end outside of the Bhara Kahu Bazaar and head toward Murree.