Rs 972m for three big projects in Kot Addu in budget 2021-22 hailed

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Muzaffargarh

Residents of tahsil Kot Addu have hailed Punjab government and MPA Sardar Ashraf Khan Rind for allocating Rs 972 million in Punjab budget 2021-22 for a new girls degree college and road communication initiatives to help resolve problems of the people.

A number of citizens including Raheel, Asghar, Bilal, Khursheed, Naeem, Jafar, Daud and others commended the provincial government for allocating Rs 150 million for a new girls college named after noted Baloch leader Mir Chakar Khan Rind also known as Chakar-e-Azam.

The new Mir Chakar Khan Rind girls college would help accommodate more girls and reduce pressure of students on an existing girls college, they said.

A Rs 592 million road project would be executed at Taunsa More, an important cross-section that regulate and connect the traffic from Taunsa, Kot Addu, Layyah and Multan.

They said that the project involved two bridges on canals near Taunsa More to provide a wider passage for smooth traffic flow in comparison to the existing narrow passage.—APP

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