WB, Punjab start water, sanitation project in 16 districts
Rahim Yar Khan: According to May 14 news reports, the Punjab government and the World Bank (WB) have launched the Punjab Rural Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Project in 16 districts of the province.
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According to the Tehsil Manager of the project, Jamil Ahmed Khan, all mauzas of all tehsils have been instructed to acquire state and private property for the project in coordination with the local administration.
ADCR Ahmed Raza Butt disclosed that Liaqatpur Tehsil has been selected for the Punjab Rural Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Project and Solid Waste Management Project in Rahim Yar Khan. The district administration, Punjab Rural Municipal Services Company, and the local government and community development department will collaborate to execute the initiatives.
In the initial phase of the aforementioned water supply and sanitation project, the villages (Chaks) of 20 Mauzas have been selected, and tenders for the work in six villages have been issued; the remaining tenders will be issued shortly. The official proposals for the acquisition of state territory for both phases of the project have reportedly been submitted to the relevant agencies.