CDWP gives go-ahead to 13 uplift projects worth Rs58.23bn


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ISLAMABAD: The Central Development Working Party (CDWP), on Wednesday, approved thirteen development projects worth Rs58.23 billion for its Public Sector Development Program (PSDP).  

The meeting was presided over by Deputy Chairman Planning Commission, Mohammad Jehanzeb Khan, in which twelve uplift schemes were approved at the cost of Rs30.32 billion and one project worth Rs27.9 billion was recommended to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) for review. 

As per reports, CDWP has approved several projects in the past weeks at the estimated cost of Rs600 billion. These include projects related to education, housing, commerce etc. 

As per reports, projects presented in the meeting include “Construction of Flyovers at Various Locations of Quetta City” worth Rs3053.49 million, “Construction of Road from Pirwkoh to Peer Sohri Darbar” worth Rs371.66 million,  Construction of Road from Sui to Bijo Qabristan Asreli, District Dera Bugti” worth Rs438.250 million, “Construction of Road from Sui to Chakar Marri” worth Rs275.642 million,  “Construction of Tourism Highway from Lower Topa Murree to Chowk Pindori” worth Rs4039.788 million, “Construction of Road from Pirkoh to Pathar Nala” worth Rs380.500 million, “Dualization of Road from Lahore Sargodha, Khushab & Mianwali Road” worth Rs9400 million, “Dualisation of Road from Salam to Sargodha” worth Rs7400 million and Feasibility for Road Sector Projects of Government of Balochistan” worth Rs507.477 million. 

 

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CDWP approves 13 projects worth Rs88.24bn


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ISLAMABAD: The Central Development Working Party (CDWP) approved 13 development projects worth Rs88.24 billion on Tuesday. 

The CDWP meeting was presided over by Deputy Chairman Planning Commission, Mohammad Jehanzeb Khan, where 11 uplift schemes worth Rs46.2 billion were approved while 2 projects worth Rs42.04 billion were recommended to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec) for review. 

Development projects related to energy, health, water, food and agriculture were discussed in the meeting. 

Three projects related to energy namely “Construction of new 132KV Grid Station & Transmission Lines” worth Rs9334 million, “Rehabilitation of  Sepco Distribution System under Federal PDP” worth Rs3000 million and “STG Plan 2021-22 Grant PSDP” worth Rs7009.08 million were approved in the meeting.  “Attabad Lake Hydropower Project (54 MW)” project worth Rs25347.526 million was referred to ECNEC for approval.

Projects related to health namely “Establishment of Medical & Nursing College at Gilgit” worth Rs4923.7478 million, ‘Construction of PHQ Hospital Gilgit Based on Sustainable Master Plan” worthRs 2962.730 million, “Strengthening existing capacity of NIH for effective response against Covid-19 Pandemic in Pakistan” worth Rs492.326 million and “Strengthening and Up-gradation of the Nursing and Midwifery sub sector in Pakistan” worth Rs8194.265 were given a go-ahead.  

Project related to water resources namely “Remodeling of Warsak Canal System in Peshawar & Nowshera District” worth Rs16695.81 million was referred to ECNEC for review. 

Four projects related to food and agriculture namely “Promotion of Olive Cultivation on Commercial Scale in Pakistan” worth Rs6410.229 million,  “Fostering Economic Growth through promotion of High Value Crops in Gilgit-Baltistan” worth Rs1500 million, “Enhancement of Livestock production in Gilgit-Baltistan” worth Rs1315.079 million and “Transforming Agriculture through Innovative Research in Gilgit-Baltistan” worth Rs1050 million were approved by in the meeting.  

 

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CDWP approves development projects worth Rs45.2bn


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ISLAMABAD: In a meeting chaired by Deputy Chairman Planning Commission, Jehanzeb Khan of Central Development Working Party (CDWP), the meeting approved the development projects worth Rs45.2bn.

As per the details, CDWP forwarded four development projects worth Rs124.1bn to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) for further deliberation.

The projects approved in the meeting pertaining to the development of road infrastructure in the country; furthermore, various communication and transport projects also came under discussion in the meeting. 

 

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CDWP okays 20 projects worth Rs 155.74bn


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ISLAMABAD: The Central Development Working Party (CDWP) on Tuesday approved 20 projects worth Rs 155.74 billion including establishment of three dams in Balochistan at the cost of Rs40 billion.

The CDWP recommended a Rs49946.070 million project named “Construction of Gilgit- Shandor Road on EPC Mode” to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) for review. 

Three other projects were approved by the CDWP namely “Feasibility Study and Transaction Advisory Services for Peshawar Greater Railways” worth Rs 64.934 million, “Construction Rehabilitation Improvement & widening of Chitral Ayun Bumborate Road” worth Rs 7022.580 million, and “Rehabilitation and Up-gradation of Awaran Jhaljao Road” worth Rs 7412.722 million.   

As per sources, other projects related to transport & communications, education,  energy,  environment, health, governance, information technology, water and physical planning & housing were presented in the meeting. 

 

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CDWP approves six uplift projects


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ISLAMABAD: The Central Development Working Party (CDWP) on Monday approved six development projects worth Rs 348.5 billion. 

The CDWP gave go-head to three uplift projects at the cost of Rs 6.5 billion and recommended three schemes worth  Rs 342 billion to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) for review. 

Deputy Chairman Planning Commission Mohammad Jehanzeb Khan chaired the meeting held at P-Block Secretariat. Senior government officials were in attendance while representatives from the provisional government joined the meeting through video conferencing. 

Development projects related to higher education, energy, and nutrition were discussed in the meeting.

The project related to nutrition was titled “Tackling Malnutrition induced Stunting in Pakistan –July 2021-June 2026” and was recommended to ECNEC for further consideration. The estimated cost of the project is Rs 312.41 billion. Another project titled “Tackling Malnutrition Induced Stunting in Pakistan –July 2021-June 2026” worth Rs 312.40 billion was also recommended to ECNEC for review. 

The project related to energy worth Rs 12.922 billion was titled “20 MW Hydropower Project Hanzel, Gilgit” was referred for consideration. 

Other projects related to higher education were discussed in the meeting. These include “Academic and Research Linkages with different countries/agencies under bilateral agreement” worth Rs 405.720 million,  “Infrastructure Development of COMSATS University Islamabad Permanent Campus, Abbottabad” worth Rs 3.486 billon, “Strengthening of Women University Swabi” worth Rs 2.6 billion. 

 

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CDWP approves three development projects worth Rs55.5bn


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ISLAMABAD: In a meeting chaired by Deputy Chairman Planning Commission on Thursday, Central Development Working Party (CDWP) approved three development projects worth Rs55.5bn.

According to the details, the meeting reviewed the establishment of an IT Park worth Rs31.2bn in Karachi and recommended ECNEC for approval.

Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) aims to establish the IT Park using financial assistance from Korean Economic Development Cooperation Fund (EDCF) and Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP).

Furthermore, the meeting also approved the establishment of a Cancer Hospital in Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir worth Rs3.4bn.  

Similarly, the meeting also recommended ECNEC for the approval of health projects worth Rs20.8bn of the Sindh Government.

 

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CDWP okays five projects worth Rs 26bn


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ISLAMABAD:  The Planning Commission’s Central Development Working Party (CDWP) meeting approved four development projects worth Rs 8.7 billion and suggested one project worth Rs 17 billion to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) for review. 

Secretary Planning, officials from Planning Commission, federal ministries/divisions and officials from provincial governments were part of the meeting. 

As per reports, projects related to housing, energy, science and technology were discussed in the meeting. 

“30MW Hydro Power Project at Ghowari District Ghanche Gilgit-Baltistan” worth Rs 16399.760 million was referred to ECNEC for further consideration. The power generated through this project will be diverted to adjacent areas of Skardu and  load centres of Ghanche district via 5 km long, 66kv transmission lines.

Another Physical Planning & Housing project worth Rs 1200 million named “Development of Ziarat Town’ focusing on infrastructure development was also approved in the meeting. The project will cater to development of missing tourism infrastructure, widening & improvement existing roads, regeneration of the old town and socio-economic uplift of Ziariat Town

 

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CDWP approves two projects worth Rs196.5bn

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ISLAMABAD: Two projects worth Rs196.5 billion have been approved, including the construction of a 306km long Hyderabad-Sukkur motorway for Rs191.5 billion.

In a meeting presided over by Deputy Chairman of Planning Commission Muhammad Jehanzeb Khan, the Central Development Working Party (CDWP) approved a healthcare project worth Rs5 billion and further recommended the transport project to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) for approval.

The National Highway Authority (NHA) will construct a six-lane wide motorway project, connecting the Gwadar and Karachi ports, under the public-private financing mode on the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis.

The second approved project, titled “Strengthening of Existing DHQs, and selected THQs, RHCs, BHUs in District Awaran, Washuk, Khuzdar, Lasbela, Panjgur, Gwadar and Kech (Less Developed areas of the Balochistan)” is aimed at improving infrastructure, medical equipment, machinery and ambulance services in seven named districts of Balochistan.

 

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