Shahbaz to announce mega projects for Faisalabad: Sanaullah

Faisalabad—Provincial Minister for Law Rana Sanaullah Khan on Sunday said Faisalabad had been transformed into a modern, dynamic and most vibrant business hub of the country.
Talking to APP, he said almost Rs 40 billion had been allocated for infrastructure of Faisalabad in addition to provide other basic amenities, including potable water, education and health facilities, etc.
Rana Sanaullah said the basic focus of the government was on the provision of potable water and in this connection the Punjab government in line with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and French government had already completed phase-1 of water supply project with Rs 10 billion. Similarly, Rs 13 billion had also been allocated for phase-2 of the water supply project which would ensure 100 per cent supply of potable water to entire population of the city.
He said sewerage system was also being upgraded and main sewerage drain was under construction near Sheikhupura Road. He said the government was also negotiating with foreign funding agencies to treat water affluent of the city. In this connection, Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA) had proposed three water treatment plants which would be installed on Pharang and Madhoana drains, he said and added that the government had also initiated a project for the construction of stormwater channel which will ensure speedy discharge of rainwater from low-lying areas of the city.
Regarding Expressway, Rana Sanaullah said the six-lane ultra modern expressway from Sammundri Road to Motorway had been completed with Rs 7 billion. Similarly, Jhal Khanuana flyover/underpass has also been completed at the cost of Rs 2.5 billion.
He said Rs 3 billion had also been allocated for Link Road projects which would streamline connectivity of congested areas with main roads.—APP

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