According to news reported on August 3, the National Highway Authority (NHA) has begun announcing proposals for the building and repair of roadways throughout the nation that were harmed by the recent severe flooding and rainstorm. The zonal offices are attempting to restore traffic on a number of roads, according to an NHA spokeswoman (whose name was withheld).
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Asad Mahmood, the federal minister of communications, is in charge of overseeing the national highway restoration project. The Lahore Eastern Bypass and Gujrat Bypass weeds and stagnant flood water are now being removed by the administration. In addition, the Balochistani Lunda Bridge’s repairs were finished and the bridge was reopened to traffic. The highway’s parts from Hasanabdal to Thakot and Mansehra to Gittidas were disclosed to be public. For the purpose of restoring the road, mud removal efforts on the Thakot-Sazin segment have been increased.