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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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PDWP approves three development projects totaling Rs25.85 billion

PDWP approves three development projects totaling Rs25.85 billion

PDWP approves three development projects totaling Rs25.85 billion. The Punjab Finance Department has released a total of Rs47 billion to complete 3605 development projects under the District Development Program for the fiscal year 2021-2022, which will be completed by the end of the year.

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According to Punjab’s Finance Department, the funding has been made available to ensure equitable development in the province’s districts under the banner of a balanced district development strategy, which has been implemented since 2011. PDWP approves three development projects totaling Rs25.85 billion

While commenting on the issuance of the grant, Punjab Finance Minister stated that it would enable the social participation of the people in the entire process, thereby ensuring that less developed areas got an equal share in the development process. The PDWP has released a total of Rs47 billion to complete 3605 development projects under the District Development Program for the fiscal year 2021-2022, which will be completed by the end of the year.

Intending to keep up with the speed of the fast-rising economies of the region, Pakistan, a developing country, is seeking to expedite its economic growth. PDWP approves three development projects totaling Rs25.85 billion, Significant environmental challenges confront Pakistan, including water shortages, energy deficiency, air and water pollution, and the depletion of natural resources, among other things.

According to World Bank predictions, Pakistan’s gross domestic product (GDP) will grow by 1.3 percent in 2020 and 21. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecasted 1.5 percent growth. However, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) predicted a 3 percent growth for the year 2015. However, official (provisional) forecasts of a gain in GDP of approximately 4 percent greatly exceeded all expectations. In Faisalabad, the Chief Minister dedicates Rs8 billion in development projects to the people of the city.

PDWP approves three development projects totaling Rs25.85 billion.

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