Punjab village councils would have a 30% budget for development projects

Punjab village councils would have a 30% budget for development projects

Mian Mahmood ur Rasheed, the Punjab Local Government, and Community Development Project Minister, has declared that the Punjab government was creating the province’s most effective local government system, which would give village councils direct access to 30% of the budget for development projects.

According to the prime minister’s and Punjab chief minister’s goals, transparency in development projects is the top priorit . They would have a 30% development budget for development projects.  Chief Minister Usman Buzdar, he claimed, has given the Narowal district a record development package.

Mian Mehmood ur Rasheed delegated creating a master plan for the entire district to the deputy commissioner to utilize this development budget. The chief minister will provide an overview of projects to improve drinking water, sanitation, sewage, and solid waste management. In addition, staffing and budget problems in district institutions may worsen.

The Deputy Commissioner of Narowal, Nabila Irfan, declared that a comprehensive approach for implementing the district’s development package benefits the locals. All of the initiatives have a deadline set by the CM’s Office. The government granted development money to the Narowal region for the first time based on its size and importance. This budget will serve the Punjab village councils for development projects with a 30% development budget.

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