DDC okays 14 uplift schemes worth Rs 257m

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MULTAN:  District Development Committee (DDC) on Thursday approved 14 new development projects worth Rs 257 million for the facilitation of the masses. 

According to Deputy Commissioner Ali Shahzad, new projects include seven schools, five roads projects, one streetlight and one sewerage project.

As per details, Rs 36.6 million is allocated for the construction of road from Basti Malook Abdullah Chowk to Mango Research Station, Rs 50 million for sewerage project at Rajapur and Farrukh town, Rs 34.9 million for the construction of road from Pakhi Sarkar Sher Singh to Kothay Wala and Rs 11.3 million for construction of extra rooms at schools. 


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LDA okays e-tendering mechanism for development projects

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LAHORE: In a meeting chaired by SM Imran, Vice Chairman Lahore Development Authority (LDA) of the governing body of LDA, the meeting approved the e-tendering mechanism for development projects.

According to the details, the governing body also gave the approval of constructing a 1000 beds hospital over 118 Kanal on the land of Kot Lakhpat Mandi.

In the meeting, the governing body under the Area Development Programme gave a green signal to the sixteen different cases for the specific use of land.

Furthermore, the meeting also gave waivers to different welfare schemes in the form of commercialisation fee, approval fee, and conversion fee.


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Governor Punjab okays Pothohar clean drinking water projects

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LAHORE: In a meeting chaired by Governor Punjab Chaudhary Muhammad Sarwar on Tuesday, the governor approved the clean drinking water projects for Pothohar Region.

While speaking on the occasion, the governor Punjab said that Punjab Aab-e-Pak Authority is working at a rapid pace to provide clean drinking water in the province.

The authority has been working on projects worth Rs4bn and the groundbreaking ceremony of various clean drinking water projects will be performed by next month.

In the meeting, the decision was also taken regarding the provision of a clean drinking water supply in Rawalpindi through a comprehensive strategy. 

The meeting was attended by Chairman Punjab Aab-e-Pak Authority Rawalpindi Division, Dr. Shakeel Ahmed, and Member of National Assembly, Sadaqat Ali Abbasi.

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