The Prime Minister expedites the Sukkur-Hyderabad Motorway and other projects. News sources said that Pakistan’s PM Shehbaz Sharif told the National Highway Authority (NHA) on Thursday, June 16, to speed up work on the Sukkur-Hyderabad Motorway (M-6) project. A public-private partnership is being used to build the 306 km long, 6-lane, access-controlled road infrastructure (PPP).
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The project is said to have 15 interchanges and go through six districts. The project would cut down on distance, travel time, and fuel use. It would also make it easier to get goods from all over Pakistan to the ports in Karachi. The prime minister looked at how different development projects in the country were going and told the government to do everything they could to finish the projects on time to help trade, tourism, and communication.
The prime minister was also told about the 250-kilometer stretch of the Karakorum Highway between Thakot and Raikot. It was said that the feasibility report for the road section would be done in seven months. After that, work would begin on the project. The project is being built to make trade between Pakistan and China easier and to give people another way to get around while the Dasu and Diamer Bhasha dams are being built.
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