The Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) approved 10 development schemes on Monday.
The schemes were approved in the second PDWP meeting of the year, presided over by the Planning and Development Board Chairman Muhammad Irfan Elahi.
The approved schemes are: hiring of a consultant firm for survey/estimation for reconstruction of dangerous school buildings in Punjab (PC-II), cost of Rs31.584 million; Punjab non-formal education project, cost Rs5,619.284 million; pre-feasibility for new city and industrial development along motorway (M-2) corridor (PC-II), cost Rs164.350 million; construction of Multan Metro Project, bus depot and command and control centre (package-9), cost Rs2,152 million; feasibility study for Dadhocha Dam (PC-II), cost of Rs55.1 million; construction of expressway from Shujabad to Nag Shah in Multan, cost Rs1270.3 million; widening/improvement of road from Athara-Hazari Fatehpur in Jhang, cost Rs1013.97 million; construction of road from Seela Sayydan to Kotli Satian via Bheer Gala, Kotli Sattian in Rawalpindi (revised), cost of Rs265.518 million; widening of existing road from Kahuta to Lehtrar Link Road via Sang, Tehsil Kahuta in Rawalpindi (Revised), cost Rs259.364 million; and screening of roads under Khadim-i-Punjab Rural Road Programme (Phase-II) (PC-II), cost Rs22.968 million.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 15th, 2015.
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