Deputy Mayor Muhammad Younus Lehri has said that completing of ongoing Quetta package with cost of Rs 10 billion would remove terrific jam problems in capital city. He said that Sariab Road, Sabzal Road, Joint Road, Gwalmandi Chowk, Eastern Bypass, GPO Chowk, bridge would be extended under Quetta package in order to increase beauty of Quetta.
Talking to APP on Wednesday, he said that Transit train scheme and City Nala plan would soon be launched in the area. “Fundamental issues of public will be resolved through process of 10-years uplift package which was announced by Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahid Khaqan Abbasi during his recently visit Quetta”, Deputy Mayor said.
He mentioned that former Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif had approved Rs 5 billion for beauty of Quetta but Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has also included Rs 5 billion for same project. “Thus, worth Rs 10 billion of Quetta package working was started in Quetta through this project Sariab Road would widen 100 feet, which would help decreasing in traffic jam in the capital”, he added.
He said that Joint Road to Airport Road would extend 80 feet and Sabzal Road would also widen 80 feet for resolving issues of traffic. “Western Bypass Road to Marriabad Road and Pashtoonabad till Eastern Bypass along with extend would be attached and a bridge would be constructed near Askari Park”, he added. He said that Mass transit train scheme would be soon started under fund of Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri. Answering a question, he said that the mutton market had been demolished and added that plan was making for it.
Provincial government has started working on Mangi Dam which would be completed in three years beefing up water supply to entire Quetta, valley including provincial capital.—APP