The Punjab government has not yet approved the PC-1 Ring Road project
The Punjab government has not yet approved the PC-1 Ring Road project. For two months, the Punjab government has not approved the Rawalpindi Ring Road project concept (PC) 1. Finally, on June 29, the Rawalpindi administration forwarded the project’s PC-1 to the Punjab government for final clearance. The Punjab government has not yet approved the project.
As a result, the already-delayed project has reached a standstill. As a result, August was established as the timeframe for initiating work on the project. Then project has not been sanctioned by the Punjab government as of yet.
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According to a senior official with the Ring Road Project Management Unit (PMU), the Punjab government asked all agencies involved, including the Rawalpindi Development Authority, to halt work on the project following the corruption scandal. The Punjab government has not yet approved the project.
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However, incumbent Rawalpindi Commissioner Gulzar Hussain Shah recommended constructing a new Ring Road along the alignment approved by the previous government. The project has not been sanctioned by the Punjab government as of yet.
On June 29, the PMU developed PC 1 and submitted it to the government for approval. As a result, the new Ring Road will be developed under PC-1 from Rawat GT Road Banth Morr to the highway, covering 38 kilometers.
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According to the official, the Rawalpindi administration hoped that the Punjab government would approve PC 1 within two weeks and that construction would begin in August. The PC-1 project has not yet received approval from the Punjab government.
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