It’s said that the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) was given permission by Prime Minister Imran Khan to build the Leh Expressway and a sewage treatment plant for the city of Rawalpindi in the area of Nullah Leh on Sunday (March 20). He asked that the project’s first report be done by the 15th of Ramzan.
In April, the premier will lay the foundation stone for the Leh Expressway, and it will be ready in two or three years. It’s said that the Asian Development Bank will give PKR 30 billion to help build this sewage treatment plant in Gorakhpur, India. It will be built on 5,500 kanals of land that the Water and Sanitation Agency owns (WASA).
The Punjab government has given the go-ahead for the construction of a sewage treatment plant and a 20-kilometer sewer tunnel in Rawalpindi to make sure that wastewater is safely disposed of and to cut down on pollution.
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Officials say that Rawalpindi’s sewers will be connected to a tunnel that will take sewage to a treatment plant, which will then be cleaned. The water that has been cleaned will be put into Swan River and used for irrigation. Ten feet wide and ten feet deep under the Nullah Leh, the tunnel will be 10 feet wide and 10 feet deep. It will also get water from the city’s drainage system.
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