News from October 1 says that in Islamabad, Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif laid the foundation stone for the Bhara Kahu bypass project and told the National Logistics Cell (NLC) to finish it in three months instead of four.
Captain Mohammad Usman, who is now retired but was the head of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), told the prime minister about the Bhara Kahu bypass project before laying the foundation. During the event, PM Shehbaz said that when the bypass is finished, people will feel better.
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It’s important to remember that the CDA just recently gave the project contract to the NLC. Officials from the CDA, whose names were not given, said that the NLC had moved its equipment and started work last week.
According to reports, the PM told the CDA to start the Bhara Kahu bypass project as soon as possible and finish it in four months. According to the details, the 5-kilometer road will start on Muree Road near the bus stop for Quaid-e-Azam University and end on Muree Road near the bus stop for Jugi, which is across from Punjab Cash and Carry. From there, a flyover will go to Murree and end in front of the Bhara Kahu bazaar.