Sarwar Visits Chahan Dam To Review Ongoing Construction Work Progress
Muhammad Irfan 19 days ago Sat 13th February 2021 | 06:50 PM
Talk to the media persons, the minister said the dam would be completed at cost of Rs 6 billion to provide clean drinking water to the Union Councils of Dhamyal, Garja, Dhaman Syedan, Lakhan, Chak Jalaluddin and Kalial and others, adding that provision of basic amenities of life to the masses was the topmost priority of the incumbent government.
Sarwar expressed satisfaction on the pace of work and also directed the concerned agencies to complete the work on time.
Rawalpindi Ring Road is a mega development project which will be completed at the cost of Rs 65 million will not only resolve lingering problems but also help to improve socio-economic conditions of the local people.
The road will have six lanes and eight interchanges, and a wholesale fruit and vegetable market at its starting point near Rawat. In addition, the proposed project includes the construction of a health city, dry ports, bus and truck terminals and theme parks along the Ring Road, he said.
He asked the opposition parties to sit with the government on national and international issues such as Covid-19, threats from India, Kashmir issue, electoral reforms and economic problems including amendment in the NAB law and corruption cases.