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The government plans to invest PKR 130 million in the Sagian Road

The government plans to invest PKR 130 million in the Sagian Road

The government plans to invest PKR 130 million in the Sagian Road. For May 28, various news outlets claimed that the provincial government of Punjab plans to invest PKR 130.73 million on the renovation and beautification of the Sagian Road bypass and the Phool Mandi. As part of the project, the points of entry and departure into and around the interchange will be given a facelift.

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It has been reported that the government has given a work order for the project to the company that submitted the lowest proposal. The offer of PKR 130.75 million placed by HRD Construction was successful. It is anticipated that the undertaking will be finished within a period of three months. The detailed order specifies that the contractors are to embellish the points of entry and exit by adding artwork, painting the fences along the roadside, and planting trees and shrubs on both sides of the roadway.

Mazhar Hussain, who serves as the Chief Engineer-II for the Lahore Development Authority (LDA), was the one who issued the work order for the project. To continue, in other news. LDA Chief Muhammad Ali Randhawa went to the construction site of the Sagian Road interchange project and looked at the current work being done on the development. It was reported to the chief that the development work, which was estimated to be worth PKR 3.40 billion, had been completed for 55 percent.

 

A road that is 4.4 kilometres long on both sides will be built by the contractor between Ravi Bridge and Phool Mandi Chowk. Additionally, the contractor will build a road that is 1.2 kilometres long between Phool Mandi Chowk and the Lahore Shiekhupura road and 3.1 kilometres long between Phool Mandi Chowk and the Faizpur Interchange. Work on the region’s sewage systems will also be finished, bringing an end to the decades-long water crisis that has plagued the area. In addition, the successful completion of the project would be beneficial for 100,000 vehicles each and every day.

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