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LDA to Present 5 Projects to the Council of Ministers for Approval

LDA to Present 5 Projects to the Council of Ministers for Approval

LDA to Present Five Development Project Proposals to the Council of Ministers for Approval
LDA officials are preparing to offer Hamza Shehbaz, who was elected Punjab’s new CM on April 19, five new development projects, according to news reports. Final approval and money will be bought by the LDA for the projects, which will be put in front of the CM for review.

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The LDA has put together a detailed plan to restart construction on projects that were approved by the previous government. A few of them:

It costs 6.4 billion PKR to buy a ticket to the game. The project for an elevated expressway at the Gulberg-Babusabu intersection cost 2.8 billion PKR. The multi-level grade separation flyover at the Shahdara Mor Ring Road Expansion Project is a big part of it (PKR 2.40 billion)
A corridor that doesn’t have any signs between Center Point Gulberg and Defense. When you go from Babu Sabu to Gulshan-e-Ravi, use the Mor T-junction to get there.
After the province’s government is in place, the authority will work on 15 other projects in the city. It’s also important to note that the LDA is working hard on the projects and wants to finish them as soon as possible to avoid cost overruns.

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PDWP approves development projects worth more than Rs30 billion

PDWP approves development projects worth more than Rs30 billion

PDWP approves development projects worth more than Rs30 billion. People on the Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) agreed to spend money on projects worth more than Rs30,602 billion.

A meeting of the PDWP was held in this city on Tuesday, and the projects were approved by the chair. The building of an education city in Barwand, South Waziristan, is also one of the projects that have been approved.

Twenty seven projects were given the go-ahead by the meeting. They were for industries (such as textiles), higher education (such as engineering), health, sports, and tourism, Auqaf (an Islamic charity), and social welfare (such as Auqaf).

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Construction of flood walls along the Muqam nullah, the Kurram River, Kasho nullah, the Chashma river, the Speenatangi river, and the Tochi river have been approved by the government.

The meeting also agreed to provide funds for the Swat Expressway’s viability gap, utility relocation, and resettlement for the project.

The forum also agreed to set up a university of technology in Nowshera, Fata youth skills development, the construction of Zamung Kor in Swat, and a hockey field in Buner, Swabi, and Malakand. It also agreed to grant-in-aid for free education to students in tribal districts, to build the capacity and skills of students in seminaries, and to widen and improve Chakia Junglan Sundar-Kalatian.

Peshawar’s central police station will be built, as well as the Gajju Khan Medical College in Swabi, a purpose-built building for the college, and a sanitation plan for the Charsadda district. The meeting also approved the construction of a new building for the Gajju Khan Medical College in Swabi, as well as the construction of a new purpose-built building for the college.

Another thing that the meeting agreed on was the rehabilitation and widening of Sultankhel Darra roads as well as the construction of a bridge in the village of Sadiqabad in Dir Upper.

Building a road from Gula Jan Kot to Naseebkhel, in Swat, is one of the other projects that has been approved. The road from Arzikhel to Nazankhel in Tank is also being built.

Also, the development of a road to the Chalghoza Forest in South Waziristan, the paving of roads, and the building of different link roads in Wana sub-division South Waziristan were approved.

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RCB has completed development projects worth Rs1 billion

RCB has completed development projects worth Rs1 billion

On Tuesday, a statement issued by the Rawalpindi Cantonment Board (RCB) Cantonment Executive Officer Umer Farooq Ali Malik stated that the RCB had completed development projects in cantonment regions worth Rs1 billion.

In addition, he stated that the carpeting of Kashmir Road and Adam Jee Road had been completed, as had the construction of two parking lots for visitors to Saddar, where parking will be provided free of charge.

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During his tour to several sections of the cantonment to inspect development projects, he was briefing Station Commander Brig Ijaz Qamar Kiani, who was also present.

A park dubbed Quranic Park, located on Sher Khan Chowk near the Military Hospital has been completed. Various trees with names that exist in the Quran, such as olive and fig, have been planted in the area.

A ‘Rumi Wall’ has been constructed near Rumi Park.

Qaiser Mehmood, an RCB official, explained the development of the wall, saying that the goal of displaying Rumi’s quotations on the wall is to disseminate the message of love and brotherhood.

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Minister orders prompt completion of development schemes

Minister orders prompt completion of development schemes

Officials are directed to complete the development schemes for which funds have been released by September 15th. The Minister directs that development projects be completed on time.

Syed Zia Abbas Shah, the Sindh Minister for Works and Services, has stated that all ongoing development schemes should be completed on schedule and use quality materials in development projects. He placed a strong emphasis on quality assurance, emphasizing that quality should not be sacrificed at any cost. He made these remarks while chairing a meeting to assess the status of ongoing development projects in Sindh. He want those ongoing projects to complete as soon as possible.

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According to Zia Abbas, the meeting’s goal was to strengthen communication between public representatives and the department. Minister Imran Atta Soomro was updated on the ongoing development projects by Secretary Works and Services Department Imran Atta Soomro. The details and status of these development projects are discussed in detail and attention to each project is given equally.

Thatta, Sujawal, Jamshoro, Sanghar, Umerkot, Mirpur Khas, Tharparkar, Tando Muhammad Khan, Dadu, and Tando Allahyar, according to Soomro, are working on various development projects.

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The minister directed the appropriate officials for completion of schemes for which funds have been released by September 15, and the projects for which 50% of the funds have been released by December 31, 2021.

Syed Zia Abbas Shah further stated that they should implement the development projects approved in the current fiscal year’s budget as soon as possible. The Minister directs that development projects be completed on time and the deadline for meeting this is September 15.

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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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