Work on World Bank’s Burewala model city project starts

23

Work on the Rs 1.39 billions World Bank project to transform Burewala tehsil into a model city formally began on Saturday. In this regard, a special meeting under the chair of Deputy Commissioner (DC) Rafique Ahsan was held in which local parliamentarians and government officials participated.

The meeting decided to issue tenders for re-construction of 19 roads and purchase of new machinery to handle solid waste material in the city. Besides, a mother and child care hospital will also be established in the city to facilitate local people.

The DC said that all possible steps would be taken for uplift of Burewala, which was one of the vibrant city of district Vehari and had immense potential of generating revenue.—APP

 

Previous articleSCCI discusses Sialkot EPZ issues with secretary industries
Next articlePIA stopped from using new A320 aircraft for flight operation