Punjab PDWP approves 13 development projects


Punjab Provincial Development Working Party (PWDP) approved 13 development schemes of various sectors with an estimated cost of Rs 36,517.44 million, here on Monday.

These schemes were approved in the 23rd PDWP meeting of the fiscal year 2022-23, with Chairman Planning & Development Board Abdullah Khan Sumbal in the chair.

The approved development schemes included strengthening of Muhammad Nawaz Shareef University of Agriculture, Multan, at a cost of Rs 650 million, rehabilitation of road from Chunian to Habib Abad Lahore Multan Road, Length 19.95-km, district Kasur (revised) at the cost of Rs 449.621 million, widening/ improvement of Jhang-Sahiwal-Sargodha road from 59 to 114.45 kilometre, length 55.45-km in district Sargodha (revised) at the cost of Rs 2,180.206 million, rehabilitation/ reconstruction of road from Faisalabad Road to Lahore Road, along with canal bank, length 28.47-km in district Sargodha (revised) at the cost of Rs 1,179.868 million, widening/ improvement/ reconstruction of road from Millat Road Chak No 115/JB to 62/JB via 114/JB, 113/JB, 111/JB, 112/JB, 1/JB 46/JB, 47/JB, 50/JB Baba Bakala, 56/JB, 60/JB, length, 55-km, district Faisalabad, at the cost of Rs 911.852 million, construction of dual carriageway from Sheikh Fazal to Chichawatni, length 24.15-km, Sahiwal at the cost of Rs 4,555.787 million, improvement of energy efficiency in WASA systems at the cost of Rs 495 million, feasibility study for solarization of courts and district sessions courts of Punjab (PC-II) at the cost of Rs 10 million, improvement of bus stops, Sahiwal at the cost of Rs 110.109 million, high street livable model road, Arra Tullah Road livable model road, pedestrian and cycling track, Sahiwal, at the cost of Rs 1,639.831 million, grade separator at railway crossing at Shahabpur Road, Sialkot, at the cost of Rs 2,105.57 million, signals and junctions improvement at Sialkot at the cost of Rs 1,483.40 million and construction of parking sheds for solid waste machinery in Sahiwal and Sialkot city (2nd revised) at the cost of Rs 507.406 million.

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