SAPM opens Tipu Sultan Chowk at cost of Rs70m

Raza Naqvi

This govt under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan is spending billions on different development projects to ensure maximum facilities to the people.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam said this after laying foundation stone of Sultan Chowk expansion project in Hasanabdal.

On the occasion Chairman Complaint Cell Akbar Tanoli, former Chairman MC Hasanabdal Zaheer Ahmad Bhatianwala, Tehsil President PTI Saleh Muhammad Khan, City President PTI Shoomi Khan, NHA officers’ and large number of people from different walk of life were also present.

Malik Amin said that this Tipu Sultan Shaheed Chowk (Hasanabdal/Hazara GT Road Junction) will be completely remodeled and two U turns and a green belt will be added to it.

He said, the purpose of remodeling of this Chowk is to control and minimize ever increasing road traffic accidents and to ensure smooth flow of traffic which will also save precious time of the commuters.

He said that this project will be completed at the cost of Rs the 75 million with in four months and a long standing demand of the people will be met. He said, this govt is rooting out corruption and dirty politics from the country.

Malik Amin While talking about other development projects which will be completed at the cost of billion of rupees said that 50 new mobile phone towers with 4 G service will be installed in different areas of Attock district which will give better coverage to 169 villages and said that for this project Rs 300 million have been allocated on the special directives of Imran Khan.

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