Minister reviews pace of progress on development schemes of LDA


A meeting was held in the housing department under the chairmanship of Provincial Minister Housing, urban Development Mian Aslam Iqbal, in which the progress of the ongoing and new schemes of Lahore Development Authority was reviewed. DG LDA Amer Ahmed Khan gave the detailed briefing about the working of the Authority and progress of the ongoing schemes.

The Provincial Minister directed to accelerate the pace of work on the improvement schemes of entrance and exit roads of Lahore and said that the development schemes for providing transportation and other facilities to the citizens should be completed working day and night. He said that the work of the flyover at Sherwala gate has been completed and it will be inaugurated soon. The sports complex in Sabzazar will be inaugurated next week. Sports Complexes in Shahdra, Singapura, Shalimar, kahna and other areas of the city are being built, the provincial minister added.

He said that all kinds of resources are available for the welfare schemes of the people; the relevant institutions should work diligently and complete the welfare schemes.

During the briefing, the minister was told that rehabilitation and improvement work of roads circulation around Babusabu interchange is about to complete, the restoration work of Sagian Road is also going on rapidly, while 70% of the construction work of additional lane on Lahore Bridge Ferozepur Road has been completed. Secretary Housing Shakeel Ahmed, DGLDA and concerned officers attended the meeting.


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