PM Shehbaz briefed on Islamabad development initiatives

PM Shehbaz briefed on Islamabad development initiatives

Islamabad: According to news stories from February 22, Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif presided over a review meeting to assess the status of ongoing projects in the federal capital.

According to information provided by the Capital Development Authority (CDA), PKR 10 billion has been set aside for the development of the Islamabad Capital Territory’s rural districts (ICT). It was revealed that the PKR 10 billion will be used for a variety of initiatives, including the building and upkeep of roads, a sewerage system, projects involving public transportation, and solid waste management.

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The 7th Avenue Interchange, 11th Avenue, Islamabad Expressway, Bhara Kahu Bypass, IJP road, Margalla Avenue, and Blue Area Parking Plaza were also topics of extensive discussion at the meeting. PM Shehbaz gave the authority instructions to finish the Bhara Kahu Bypass as soon as possible at the meeting. Additionally, he said that the appropriate authorities should work around the clock and offer the inhabitants the best facilities.

The 7th Avenue Interchange and Margalla Avenue have been finished, according to the news source. By March 23, the IJP Road expansion project will be finished, and Islamabad Expressway and Phase I of 11th Avenue will follow in the middle of the year. Phase-II of Blue Area Parking Plaza would be finished by the end of the year, it was revealed.

PM Shehbaz was updated by CDA Chairman Noorul Amin Mengal on the housing initiatives for Pakistanis living abroad. The prime minister emphasized the need for first-rate facilities and projects that adhere to international norms.

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