cc as boundary wall, footpaths, washrooms and ablution places have been completed at a cost of Rs20 million while remaining work is being completed swiftly.
The government has also provided three ambulances and two buses to the ‘Sher-i-Khamoshan’ authority to ferry funeral attendants and bodies from the city to the new graveyard.
Punjab Law Minister Muhammad Basharat Raja, Provincial Minister for Literacy and Non-Formal Education Raja Rashid Hafeez and MPA Umar Tanveer Butt visited the graveyard and reviewed the ongoing development work.
Punjab Law Minister Muhammad Basharat Raja on the occasion said that the ‘Sher-i-Khamoshan’ consists of 1000 kanals land and the graveyard was a longstanding demand of the people of Rawalpindi city and cantonment areas which is near completion.
He said more funds required to complete all development work and provide more facilities to the citizens at the graveyard would be provided.