The renovation of the Narowal-Zafarwal Road has begun. After Prime Minister (CM) Sardar Usman Buzdar announced a 1.36 billion rupee investment in the Narowal Zafarwal Road project on December 24th (Friday), the Ministry of Endowments began construction on the road on December 25th (Saturday).
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Following the details, it has been revealed that work on the 29-kilometer Narowal-Zafarwal Road has already begun and is projected to be completed by the end of December in the year 2022. Since the 1970s, roads have remained bleak and unusable.
Several feasibility studies have been carried out in relation to the renovation, but no work has been carried out thus far. According to reports, sewage from nearby villages and communities was responsible for keeping the roadways in such poor shape. In order to mitigate this, sewerage pipes are installed along the street.
According to Buzdar, the release of Rs 1.13 billion from the Annual Development Program (ADP) was approved in December in order to fund multiple road projects in the Naroir area. The project will entail the construction of a two-lane road between the Lansiwar railroad crossing and the Narowal station, which will cost 100 million rupees.
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