The Punjab Provincial Development Working Party gave a nod to the development scheme of establishment of new small industrial estate in Chief Minister Pervaiz Elahi native district Gujrat having a projected cost of Rs 4.108 billion.
According to the details, the scheme was approved during the 9th meeting of Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) of the ongoing fiscal year 2022-23 under the supervision of the Chairman Planning & Development Board Abdullah Khan Sumbal.
The meeting was attended by Provincial Secretary P&D Board Dr. Muhammad Sohail Anwar Chaudhary, Provincial Secretaries of concerned departments, all Members of the Planning & Development Board, and other senior representatives of the relevant Provincial Departments.
The approved development schemes comprised the Establishment of a New Small Industrial Estate in Gujrat (Revised) at a cost of Rs 4,107.955 million.
Earlier this year, the Punjab Provincial Development Working Party gave approval to six development schemes of various sectors with a projected cost of Rs 3,302.104 million.
During the 60th meeting of PDWP, the approved development schemes included Reconstruction / Rehabilitation / Widening and Improvement of road from Sahiwal to Sillanwali through Farooqa, Length = 26.17 Km, District Sargodha (Revised) at a cost of Rs. 878.528 million.
Improvement / Rehabilitation of road Bhakkar Byepass to Notak Bypass via Ratta, Mullanwali, Bhilmana, Jam (20 Km and 20 feet width), Total Length 17.35 Km, District Bhakkar (Revised) at an estimated cost of Rs. 504.652 million.
Establishment of Double Road (Expressway) to make a link between Sangla Hill Interchange and Tibba Shah Behlol, Length 11.90 Km, District Hafizabad (Revised) at a cost of Rs. 632.518 million.
Building of Road from Manjipur to Manga Pull, Length = 23.90 Km, District Sialkot (Revised) at a projected cost of Rs. 521.377 million.
Strengthening of AMRI Research and Development Capabilities in association with UAF for Fabrication of Cost Effective and Efficient Small Agriculture Implements for Small Farmers (Revised) costing Rs. 471.006 million and Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) (PC-II) at a cost of Rs. 294.023 million.