The Punjab government has decided to take the Rawalpindi Ring Road Project out of the public-private partnership authority (P3A).The decision was made in Chief Minister Usman Buzdar’s office on Thursday during the 8th meeting of the policy and monitoring board for public-private partnerships.
The committee would start the Rawalpindi Ring Road Project in PC-I mode with Punjab government money. At the conference, the Kharian-Dinga Road project was also withdrawn from the public-private partnership portfolio.
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The CM ordered that the projects be finished on time and following all regulations. The participants ratified the choices made at the last meeting, and Quratul Ain Memon, a member of the public-private partnership cell, gave an update on development projects.
The meeting was attended by Sardar Asif Nakai, Provincial C&W Minister, Adviser Dr Salman Shah, the chief secretary, ACS (Home), secretary housing, chairman P&D, administrative secretaries, the authority’s CEO, and others.
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