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The PDWP Approved Ten Development Schemes of Various Development Sectors

13 Jul, 2015

The Provincial Development Working Party Punjab approved ten development schemes of various development Sectors with an estimated cost of Rs. 10854.524 million.

These schemes were approved in the 2nd  meeting of Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) of current fiscal year 2015-16 presided over by the Punjab Chairman P&D Board Muhammad Irfan Elahi.

          Members of the Planning & Development Board, Provincial Secretary concerned and other senior representatives of the relevant Provincial Departments also attended the meeting.

According to Spokesman for P&DD, the approved development schemes included: Hiring of Consultant Firm for Survey / Estimation for Reconstruction of Dangerous Buildings of Schools in Punjab  (PC-II) at the cost of Rs. 31.584 million, Punjab Non-Formal Education Project at the cost of Rs. 5619.284 million, Pre-Feasibility for New City & Industrial Development along Motorway (M-2) Corridor (PC-II) at the cost of Rs. 164.350 million, Construction of Multan Metro Project, Bus Depot & Command and Control Center (Package-9) at the cost of Rs. 2152.000 million, Feasibility Study for Dadhocha Dam (PC-II) at the cost of Rs. 55.139 million, Construction of Express Way from Shujabad to Nag Shah length=26.15, District Multan at the cost of Rs. 1270.340 million, Widening / Improvement / Construction of road from 18-Hazari Fateh Pur length=94.00 km in District Jhang at the cost of Rs. 1013.977 million, Construction of road from Seela Sayydan to Kotli Satian via Bheer Gala L=31.60 km Tehsil Kotli Sattian District Rawalpindi (Revised) at the cost of Rs. 265.518 million, Widening / Improvement of existing road from Kahuta to Lehtrar Link Road via Sang, Tehsil Kahuta length=17 Km, District Rawalpindi (Revised) at the cost of Rs. 259.364 million and Viability / Screening of roads under Khadim-e-Punjab Rural Road Programme (KPRRP) (Phase-II) (PC-II) at the cost of Rs. 22.968 million.